i got it for christmas and unfortunately NOTHING WORKS ON IT it's got windows 10 krita gimp photoshop firealpaca paint tool sai clip studio paint/manga studio illustrator autodesk sketchbook
none work. either they won't open, crash, or there is no pressure sensitivity.
i've tried updating the drivers, opening with different service packs, setting back to factory default, everything.
The only thing that works with the pressure is fresh paint. I can tell you from my experience with that (meh maybe 8 hours total, i don't think you can add layers so i just use it to sketch when i want. i usually just do traditionally) that it feels AMAZING. I love it more than the old cintiq i got to borrow for a couple weeks (12UX i think it is called) and the x60 tablet by lenovo. The stylus is nice, but the nib that comes with falls apart easy for some stupid reason. So, I bought another set and i use the sturdiest one. the difference between the nibs is not a lot. This is a very fast tablet pc and really fun to mess around with, but i really wish more things worked on it. i got it for school and for drawing, but i haven't done much drawing on it and i don't think i will be able to for a few months. One thing i'd like to mention: The stylus nib is not like wacoms. Instead of the screen being a matte surface, the nib is what has a different surface. it is really interesting. I like the keyboard more than i thought i would (i didn't have high expectations.) The hinge that keeps the tablet up is really really nice
if you have any other questions just ask, since i have one on hand.
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I'm a beginner to art, and I'd like some advice. I've got photoshop, but no graphics tablet. For one question, what are some good extensions/things to do with PS? I have CS6, btw. As for graphics tablets, what are some fairly cheap but fairly good ones? I'm on a rather tight budget. Any help is very much appreciated.
So I have this art piece due tomorrow and its like pure shit. I'm allowed to edit it online but like idk what can be done. Supposing I scan this piece and get it into Photoshop, can it be resurrected? Anyone have experience and can show me what to do? I'm a lazy ass and really don't want to restart but if I have to I will lol.
Is it possible to be better at drawing digitally than drawing the traditional way?
Everytime I draw something on plain paper, it feels I cant get anything right, but when I switch to a tablet or such, everything improves by a mile, or is it just that there is so much tools at your disposal when drawing digitally, that makes it feel better?
Also, the sheer ability to CTRL + Z each error is just too good
>Is it possible to be better at drawing digitally than drawing the traditional way?
Not only possible but common. It's easier to produce a good finished piece digitally because you can fix and polish it as much as you want without 'ruining' it. That is, nothing you do is irreversible (although sometimes it can take so long to fix you may as well scrap it).
I still think it's easier to sketch traditionally though. If only in terms of control and precision.
Yes, but that's not a rule, I've seen some artists actually do better with traditional media than digital, so I think once you get the knowledge, the medium is another tool and each tool has its own advantages.
One thing that helps tradicional media is that the textures, color blending and other things, are a inherent to it and it can add a lot to the expression of your art. Most beginner digital artist suffer from having a rather artificial and plastic look in their paintings, so it also takes a while to use digital media in really interesting way.
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Just got a tablet for Christmas and have been playing with it for a few days, and even though I've never been much of a painter I've been enjoying this immensely. Does anybody out there have any experience with ArtRage and can offer any tips? Or maybe just point me in the direction of other great tablet painting software?
Link related. Me painting feathers on a duck's ass. Because that's where my skill level is atm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eORO2BudiBo
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