So I gots me a new Wacom Digital Pad & Pen and if you all think my metaphorical water has been less than calm to date…well, stand by for heavy rolls, shipmates

Heavy Rolls

 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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17 Responses to So I gots me a new Wacom Digital Pad & Pen and if you all think my metaphorical water has been less than calm to date…well, stand by for heavy rolls, shipmates

  1. M-R says:

    All a bit too metaphysical for me. [grin]

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  2. iantimothy1 says:

    nice got one – devil to use – and worth the learning curve..

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  3. mojoshawn says:

    Very cool device! I’m looking forward to seeing your creations!

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  4. Your eyes are getting drowsy….you’re feeling relaxed….Oooo, I love those colors! :D

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  5. jimplex says:

    Congrats on the tablet! Which one did you get? I’d been using a Cintiq for years, but it burned out no less than 2 video accelerators in 2 different computers (at least I THINK it was the video accelerator–either way, both computers started pretending the Cintiq wasn’t connected.) I’m using an Intuos now.

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    • Ha ha, actually I’m not sure. It’s really my son’s. I’ll have to check. Yeah, I can imagine someone with your skill would burn right through those things. But to me, it’s rather difficult to use. Will probably just stick to scratching out my stuff on good ol’ paper.

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      • jimplex says:

        I still haven’t found a good substitute for the real thing–everything I do always starts out in a sketchbook. The nice thing about today’s world: you can enjoy them both for what each of them can do!

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  6. H Schlagen says:

    Cool, got myself the same thing, but discovered I’m to stubborn to use it, because it#s a simple model which no screen on it. I cannot synchronize my hand with my eyes watching the monitor. So I gave up and gave it to my daughter, she is thirteen and got no problems.

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    • Ha ha…funny. I’m pretty much the exact opposite. It’s my sons and I kind of “borrowed” it from him. And yeah, it’s not that easy to use so we’ll have to see how it goes, if I’ll be able to pick up on all its quirks and intricacies…

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  7. How do you like it? I’ve been drawing stuff on my phone. It works, sort of. But I’m not going to lie; it’s a little annoying at times.

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    • It’s kind of hard. Even drawing those circles took some doing. But I’m just a hacker when it comes to drawing anyway so I’ll hack at it the best I can from time to time. Mostly I’ll probably stick to pen(cil) and paper. It’s a lot easier.

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  8. Bob says:

    Try this out for fun. I watched him work on his Intuos & Mac Lap. Currently the site is down till next year, but worth the wait http://markludy.com/

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