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Old 05-05-2007   #1
Frosty
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Hey guys, I want to start creating some digital 2-D concepts but I am not sure which drawing tablet to purchase. I was thinking the Wacom Graphire but I still don't know. I want to be able to create some concepts of robots, humans, vehicles, ect. Such as Feng Zhu's Design Process DVD of fighting robots. The work he showed on there was sleek and sharp, is there a tablet that can deliver that for $200 or less?

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Old 05-05-2007   #2
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I have a graphire 6x8 and it does just fine for the price.
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Old 05-07-2007   #3
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GRaphire is cool, but Intuos3 is a little bit smoother when it comes to pressure levels

http://www.wacom.com/intuos/4x6.cfm
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Old 09-13-2007   #4
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Aye I have the Intuos3, I love it. Very clean and smooth strokes.
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Old 09-15-2007   #5
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I use a wacom graphire 8x6 and it's great. Intuos is a lot more expensieve...
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Old 09-15-2007   #6
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I use a 9 x 12 Wacom intuos 3 with express keys on either side.
I love it! The pressure sensitivity allows for a much greater control.

if you can afford it, look into the Cintique models that are out now
They totally rock
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Old 09-26-2007   #7
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I use a 9 x 12 Wacom intuos 3 me too, it's great, more expansive than a graphire but better for pressure level, 200$ in not so much, try on ebay.
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