For Wacom tablet portability/usefulness, would you rather have:
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- Gryphon's Trove
- Gryphon Knight Antiquities
- The Gryphon's Earring
- The Gryphon's Trove
- The Gryphon's Treasure(s)
- Other? (comment)
Con Season! Do I cosplay...
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- Dark Phoenix (or Phoenix)
- Black Canary
- Black Cat
- Harley Quinn
- One of my CoH characters (comment?)
- Other (comment?)
When you find someone who looks like one of your charac...
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- Beg them to dress up and take pictures?
- Worship them from afar?
- Use their likeness without telling them?
- Use their likeness WITH telling them?
- Use their likeness and hope like hell they don't find out (after all, it's not THEM, it's YOUR CHARACTER)?
- Teh sex overload! (read my comment)
DaggerPointProfessional Digital Artist
I owned a Graphire1 3x5, then upgraded to an Intuos3 6x8. At my studio I use the Intuos3 while when i'm out and have my Powerbook in hand, I carry with me my old Graphire.
Well, for school I used the Intuos 3 6x8. I have a laptop and it fit nicely into that case, or even slid comfortable into my backpack. Yes, it is bigger...but not that big where it becomes a burden (IMO).
SunGryphonHobbyist General Artist
I need to add on here that I -do- have a Wacom Intuos 3 9x12 that I use at home. What I'm wondering is what I should go for to take around with me to work and suchlike
WolfenMProfessional General Artist
If I had my druthers, I'd have the larger Intuos -- I have a few friends who have it, and they adore it -- but I do get by rather well with my smaller Graphire 3. So basically, if you can afford the former, do so, but if you can't, don't sweat it, 'cause the latter (well, version 4) will serve you just fine
Haven't messed around with any intuos tablets, but my little 4x6 Graphire 4 is small enough to be concidered drawing pad sized and it fits quite nicely in my lap when I don't have enough desk space to firmly plant it anywhere (which is most of the time).