Hah, nope. Most people tend to think that. What model did you get?
I've got one for like 3 or 4 years and I still can't use it... I prefer to do vector lines and cell shading in corel instead of painting in photoshop or sai or whatever program.
I guess I never will learn how to draw with it... well I only wanted one when I was in my anime phase anyways I don't really like digital art that much.
Plus I got used to drawing with a mouse.
My main problem now it to make it go back to the point I want. I need to get used to how sensitive that is. I never worked with vectors and all, I prefer photo manipulation. But drawing is different, imo. I'm trying to reproduce the moves I'd do in a paper.
WTH are you crying, Milly? D:
I dunno where to check the model. But I'll look for the settings later, thx.
Well it's a Bamboo. I think there are three versions of it.
I know nearly nothing about them xD The one I have here belongs to my bf. I'll check some tutorials on youtube, maybe they'll have other tips as well, to make it easier^^
No tutorials will help you with that thing from hell
You either get used to it being slippy or you give up. I hear some people put a piece of paper over it to get more adherence.
Some models have rougher surfaces, or you can buy something to put over it. I think you go through more nibs that way though from wear and tear.
I've been messing around with them at Uni for a while now and I still struggle with it tbh. It takes time to get use to them. It's definitely cool, more interactive and fun to use than just a mouse haha~!
Oh, I meant tutorials to learn pencil and coloring tricks o.o but hm... I had this thought that learning how to draw on it was a matter of training the brain xD Like when we're learning how to move our character in a game, it takes time, but then the movements become more automatic after a while. Gah, now you're all scaring me lol
Ask googz for tips he's good with digital art and dealing with graphic tablets