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To say i'm new at this is an understatment. I am looking at buying a
Wacom Intuos4 Small A6 Graphics Tablet or
Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch
I know they are quite far apart in what they have to offer but i was hoping some kind person can give me reasons for one or the other.
I will use it for repairing photos (which i have done in the past with PS, but it was an extremely long process though worth it)
I also want to try doing some art not that i am artistic in anyway, but want to try.
Any information at all would be good. I have read reviews and they all seen to shine but i would like the views of people who use them.
Re: very green
I use the Bamboo Pen & Touch too. I find it perfectly suitable for the retouching & photoshop work that I do, and it also works fine with Illustrator.
I'd suggest that if you've never used a pen/tablet before, go with the Bamboo. You ca always upgrade at a later date.
By the way, I have the Bamboo touch at home, and the older bamboo at work - I have to say, I much prefer the older version (the pen is heavier, and the surface of the tablet is smoother) - maybe look on ebay for the older one?
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