cintiq and manga studio pro/photoshop. i like the tips that have little white rubber tips on them. Really like Manga Studio, but of course you have to have photoshop too.
Qui docet, discit.
Socratic method: Conflict breeds creativity.
But if we're just talking about the giant hd cintiqs, ya' it can be a useless feature when apps like sketchbook pro & manga studio already come with hotkey triggered zoom & pan navigation tools.
It's impossible to pinch zoom the screen accidentally if it works like the ipad does.
You have to hold you 2 fingers together and either expand or contract for it to even work.
Also since it would have to be a dual surface to make the touch screen and pen work, it would have palm rejection.
Triggered zoom is pretty poor imo, pinch zoom lets you target a spot and go in and out immediately,and on the fly.
It really is the best thing ever.
You can and you use the underside of the cintiq to go in and out.
To me its just not as fluid or works as well as the ipad pinch zoom.
it also uses the application to do it versus the screen technology itself.
what cant i do with my bamboo that is really important? i do the line drawing on paper before scanning it in the computer, it takes about 30 seconds, really i cant see much difference. i have seen no speed paintings online that i could not do with my technik..
painting and hitting the lines right is really no problem at all...
what are the main advantages of the big wacom?
Last edited by robozo; 06-22-2012 at 03:37 AM.
It's your call. I've used a Bamboo and found them less responsive than I'd like. But it really depends on what you want to do with it...and of course, your budget.
What sort of work are you doing?