Wacom Bamboo Tablet and Corel Painter

I have been wanting one of the new, inexpensive Bamboo drawing tablets for about 2 months now. They finally went on sale, so I headed down to the local Best Buy and got one. I am still getting used to it; it’s rather difficult to draw on a tablet while looking at the screen. There is a different brand called Cintiq which allows you to draw directly on the screen, but prices start at a grand. I see a lot of potential here; being able to play with hundreds of different media, saving them as in a sketchbook without getting even the smallest bit of paint on the fingers. Maegan’s is the red line drawing.

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  1. Ava

    I actually have been looking to buy one of these for a bit now, still saving. This is a wonderful idea for traveling artists or artists on the go. The Bamboo Tablet greatly supports one of my main philosophies- allowing anyone to become an artist. Because it is not hard to clean up it is great for when you do not have a lot of time to work on projects.

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