I'm thinking of biting the bullet and finally investing in a proper wacom tablet since I've wanted one since high school. What do you ZBrush folk recommend? Is $300 enough to get something not garbage?
I use a 16 year old Wacom Bamboo, any wacom and a good number of other tablets will be fine
$100 13" bamboo tablet is fine
>>515110>>515109I actually wanted to spulrge a bit but if I don't have to I won. They don't sell bamboo anymore, is this $100 intuos comparable?http://www.wacom.com/en-ca/products/pen-tablets/intuos-art
>>515112I have the exact model. Zbrush a few hours a day. no complaints. Spend more if you have the money.
>>515108i would probably get huion 610 if you want to go for something from below 1000dollars category
>>515108I have a Intuos pro small. More than enough room for anything. I also got an express key remote recently because using the buttons for long hours can cause hand strain. I think the Intuos 6 is due to come out soon though.
MonopriceUnless you need tilt data, monoprice.
>>515108You did this model yourself?Looks good!
>>515112Intuos is the new Bamboo and Intuos Pro is the new Intuos. Way to confuse your customers.
>>515331this guy gets it 22inch digital screen tablet. 499 best drawing tablet yet. I draw only though no 3d yet...
>>515112How is the hand-eye coordination factor? I see they have the tablets where it's a giant screen, and I would expect, of course, that it would be much better to work with.That model I'm replying to seems like there would be some micro error, and small-time user calibration before each stroke. I have never used one, but can someone give some insight?
I picked this up used on Amazon about two weeks back, was $250 + shipping. I had the Intuos 3 medium, gave it to my daughter. totally worth it, so I could draw a single stroke across the whole screen without acceleration enabled.>>517844Personally I find the operate tablet easier. I have used Cintiq tablets, and at least last time I did, the space between the glass and the pen tip can be off-putting (at least it was for me), a sort of parallax effect. It can take some getting used to, but once you get the cursor speed tweaked to be close to the speed at which you move your hand, you should be fine.
The problem with screen tablets is people forget about their hands being in the way. I couldn't get used to it because if I was sculpting on a head my hand would cover half the head and I like to see how the whole head is coming together as I sculpt.
>>517873When you sculpt you want to do it in VR. Apps exist. Sculpting with a tablet is dead.
>>517875>Sculpting with a tablet is dead.>/3/
I use an intuos pro M, no complaints. For drawing I think a cintiq is still a little bit of an advantage (although I'm used to it by now), but for sculpting I think it's pretty much whatever.