Hey /3/, i'm a noob that needs help choosing his first tablet for zbrush, the problem is that i'm between:-Huion h610-A refurbished Wacom cth490ak-A Xp star 03I'm on a 60$ budget, and the problem is that some people say that h610 is shit with zbrush, Cant find shit about xp pen, and wacom is refurbished, so which one?, Or are there any alternatives for 60$?
>>565475The one you posted is fine, I use it. Don't worry about splitting hairs; at that price point they're all gonna be similar, but Wacom is usually solid.
>>565477I agree with you, i have seen the good reputation of Wacom,but the problem is that i'm buying a refurbished one, so 60 $ for that model refurbished is okay or should i use it on another brand?
>>565478have you considered getting a job before getting more tech that will likely gather dust, poorfag?
>>565479I do, first i would need to get some kind of studies that explain why did i just waste 700$ last week building a pc for zbrush without a goddamn tablet, it's some kind of capitalism autism, so yea, can't argue with you.
>>565475What about Wacoms finance options?
>>565478Wacoms are just fine refurbished or even just bought used on Ebay. They are rock solid products and even one that's a few years old will still function well.
>>565499Yea, i think you guys are right, Will try that, thanks /3/ people.
>>565475I've had wacom all my life, last intuos pro I had I lost and needed tablet asap. and I bought huion "new 1060p" befor i could get salary and buy wacom. but then I realized that I don't need wacom now...
>>565475The deal with graphic tablets is that the hardware is usually good but the drivers for non-Wacoms often suck.
>>565480Wow, you're so cool.No, wait, nobody cares. Kill yourself, faggot.
>>565646I love you.
>>565646i wuv you buddy
>>565650I like you.>>565665I don't like you.
>>565475I wish I had something more positive to offer you, but I payed something like $230 Canadian for my intuos4 nearly 5 years ago. It works extremely well in CS6 and ZBrush as long as I keep the drivers up to date (something like 1088 levels of pressure sensitivity). After that much time, maybe you can find it for a reduced price? Either way I wish you luck!
>>565923Thanks to you and the whole thread for the help.
>>565478I have an earlier version of that, a ctl-460, almost 7 years old. It's surface is lightly scratched, but, there isn't any issue with it. (Apart from my dog chewing up the pen).
>>565475OP I will give you my two cents dont take them personally.You are not ready for zbrush.You must at least be proficient to some degree with buildout/retopo,primitive,box,patch,polygonal modeling and know their nuances.I think you are getting into head first in the whole thing,sculpting is a very high ceiling skill.I also suggest you take a visit to /ic/ and read the sticky.
>>565475Is using a tablet essential for using ZBrush or can I just use a mouse?
>>566908Hey, this is the faggot op, before i made the thread i was reading about it, and yes you can sculpt real basic things with a mouse, but nothing more than that, for the real sculpting experience you need that sweet tablet.
>>566908it is possible(some may say), but then you'll come here and start shitposting how horrible is Zbrush's UI jokes aside... it's like not having a dick when fucking... even the shittyest one you can find will be better than any mouse
>>565475I tried out that huion tablet before and had to send it back because it would randomly drop out when I was drawing lines. Pain in the ass. I'd suggest just going with the Wacom even if it's a bit more expensive. That's what I'm doing from now on.