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I tried to use sculpt mode with a mouse and I cant seem to make a model without it looking weird.

If i bought a graphic tablet could I get more precise sculptures?

(Depth brush talking about how the harder you press on the tablet the stronger it is)
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yes it does! actually I find nearly impossible to sculpt with a mouse. Still, navigatimg the viewport with a graphic table is a pain in the ass.
In Blender you have to turn on "depth brush" or how it's called by clicking on a little switch near the sliders for the brush power and size
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Yes it does, and obviously you'll get more precise sculpts. Simply put it, a mouse has only two pressure levels: yes, and no. A tablet can have anywhere from 1024 to 4096. So you can guess from there.
Post in the questions general next time too. Thanks.
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Thank you guys, I just didnt want to buy a Tablet and realise it doesnt work :)
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>A tablet can have anywhere from 1024 to 4096.
>1024
How decadent.

t. 512 pressure levels Graphire4 Anon



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