Anonymous 2021-10-30 (Sat) 11:45:09 No. 1187
>>1184 >500 to 3000 bucks models with a screen
proffesionnal level tablets that are huge are at 350 nowadays,as long as you dodge wacom.
but yeah,just dumping 50-60 on a good size with no screen is better when starting.
>>1185 >Wacom Intuos
Wtf,why would you use 15 bucks more on a tablet smaller than an xp pen in the same range ?
Anonymous 2021-11-01 (Mon) 00:06:50 No. 1188
Bought a Huion HS610 a couple weeks ago, it's been amazing. My recommendation for a mid-level tablet, not too expensive (around a hundo at most, often cheaper with discounts if you buy it from their official AliExpress store), very very good. I think I don't have anywhere to upgrade to from this beyond getting a screen one.
Anonymous 2021-11-01 (Mon) 00:44:54 No. 1189
>>1187 >tf,why would you use 15 bucks more on a tablet smaller than an xp pen in the same range ?
Cuz I didn't know about other brands and it wasn't that expensive where I life, plus I had already used a Wacom Bamboo before, and this Intuos had free CSP Pro
I guess next time I'll buy a Huion, hmm
junko !!9cfznBf./Q 2022-01-13 (Thu) 09:56:03 No. 1922
I just found this site and it will generate color schemes for you.
Anonymous 2022-01-16 (Sun) 19:05:29 No. 1932
wacom intuos krita (free and linux), or paint tool SAI or clip studio paint