Wacom Intuos Comic - Review
A few months ago, the tablet stopped working properly. I’m not sure if it’s the pen nib or the tablet itself, but it wasn’t letting me draw as smoothly as I used to.
I decided it was time to get a new and better one.
I talked to my mom and she asked her artist friends for recommendations.
The Wacom model that I initially wanted has been phased out, it seems. So the only choice I had left was the Intuos.
My mom and I went to SM Megamall a few months ago to purchase my new Intuos tablet.
We went to a few shops and asked around until I found one that had the one that I wanted.
There’s 4 selections in the line of tablets that I was interested in: Draw, Photo, Art, and Comic.
The only difference between these, I believe, is the bundled software that comes with it.
I got the Comic one because it comes with a Clip Studio Paint license that lasts for 2 years.
I’ve already tried Clip Studio Paint before and have gotten used to it, so I decided that it was the best choice.
The Intuos Comic is a pen and touch tablet. It’s quite small so you can bring it with you anywhere. Very convenient.
It comes with a cable to connect it to the computer, but you can purchase a wireless set separately.
The tablet has 4 “express keys” that can be assigned shortcuts to. Depending on what program you’re using, you can set it to “undo”, “zoom”, etc.
Surprisingly, I didn’t have a hard time transitioning from a 12-inch drawing tablet to a smaller one. The Intuos Comic is very easy to use.
I love how smooth my lines are now. It’s like drawing on paper, almost!
I’d recommend this tablet to beginner artists and hobbyists.
Wacom Intuos Comic - Review Reviewed by Zaosharan on 7/16/2016 09:18:00 PM Rating: