I want to buy a graphic touchpad. There is lot of graphic pen is out there. Wacon I can’t affored. So tell me which touchpad should I choose in low price. which work fine in adobe illustrator and tell me about Huion Inspiroy H640p 5.8 X 0.3 Inch . Thanks
It kind of seems like you’ve answered your own question. If you need a graphics tablet on the cheap then yeah, that Huion model is what you’re looking for. For models at a comparable price, the general consensus is that you’re getting a superior product. I haven’t used it personally but I’ve heard its adulation in spades among my friends and other designers/illustrators I’ve connected with.
That being said, you definitely need to be a compitent illustrator (or at least aspire to be) in order to truly benefit/justify the purchase. If you can’t draw then this won’t necessarily solve that for you. You won’t see yourself go from like Matt Groening to Kim Jung Gi by getting a graphics tablet. So be mindful of that and keep yourself in check.
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[/quote]Do you use any graphic tablet? Could you say That size does matter for it. Or smaller graphic pad will work fine.
I use a small Wacom tablet, a little less than I used to as it doesn’t work very well in Sketch (sounds ironic, I know). I think it’s more about personal preference, I have some colleagues that purchased the large version as they were trained drawing on large sheets of paper, a few of them have sold their large tablets and moved to smaller versions. The real difference between the two is how much physical movement it requires to move the cursor.
Thanks both of you, now I have more clear view to buy a right one for me.
I’ve been using a Bamboo Splash for the last five years. It’s about 6x4 inches. Size doesn’t matter, it’s how you use it that counts
Sadly I don’t think Wacom makes them anymore so I’m kind of fearful of when mine will eventually die. It’s special to me. But I digress.
What you have to understand is that the tablet essentially acts like a larger trackpad. So even at such a small size, you’ll be good to go.
That being said, if you tend to draw more with your whole arm like I do, then it may prove a little unintuitive to use. So you may want to opt for something larger to accomodate that arc of movement. You can still draw compitently on it but you may miss the tablet sometimes.
Wacom is best as I now
Is it work in logo design?