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  • Drawing Tablets

    Hey guys, I was going to buy a Wacom Drawing Tablet but I could not make up my mind between the Graphire or the Intuos. Will I be able to tell the difference between them? I want to draw mainly concept art of robots, humans, monsters, vehicles, ect.

    I was mainly choosing between the Graphire4 6x8 and Intuos3 4x6.

    Yeah so I really want one thats good for drawing smooth concepts.
    What do you guys prefer?

  • #2
    You can find plenty of info on tablets by running a forum search for "wacom".

    I would recommend the Intuos.... thats what I bought. You can read more about mine... Here.

    Good luck.
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    • #3
      Intuos3 All the way! If you can afford it I would splurge on the 4x8 model. I just got one a couple of months ago. I upgraded from a less expensive Aiptek tablet. The quality difference is unbelievable.

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      • #4
        Intuos3!!!! from what i heard and read this is the best tablet on the maket right now its worth the money

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        • #5
          Originally posted by quiltfacearmy
          Intuos3 All the way! If you can afford it I would splurge on the 4x8 model. I just got one a couple of months ago. I upgraded from a less expensive Aiptek tablet. The quality difference is unbelievable.
          Sorry should be 6x8.

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          • #6
            Yep, I got Intuos. I hope it draws sharp!

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              • #8
                I'd recommend the Intuos if you really want a good quality tablet. I had the Graphire for a few years to mess around with, but the Intuos is much better for a good feel on line control, etc.
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