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- QuestionOkay, there is one tablet for drawing and one for art? What is the difference? Are the tools different for the two categories or what? (5 Answers)Answers
There actually is a difference between the Intuos Art and the Intuos Draw, unlike what others said. The difference is that the Intuos Draw, unlike the Art, Comic, Photo, and 3D, does NOT support Multi-touch. Meaning you cannot zoom in and out, move the screen, etc using finger gestures. If you compare the Intuos Draw, Photo, Art, and Comic on Wacom's website, it will state this as well. I am not sure why Wacom decided to not include Multi-touch on the Intuos Draw, but I do find this to be a drawback, although not everyone does. The software that comes with the Art is Corel Painter Essentials, although I am not completely sure if it is the latest version as I have seen conflicting statements regarding the version. The software that comes with the Draw is ArtRage Lite and if you look on ArtRage's website, you can see the exact features compared with ArtRage 4 which has more features. I would personally recommend the Intuos Art, as I personally find the Multi-touch feature to be useful to me, and I would prefer to use the Corel Painter Essentials as I have ArtRage 4 (the full version, not the Lite) that came with a laptop I have, and therefore would prefer another software with more features (Corel Painter) as opposed to a lesser version (ArtRage Lite) of a software I already have. I hope my comment is helpful to everyone. I was quite surprised that I hadn't seen other mentions of the lack of Multi-touch on the Draw as opposed to the Photo, Comic, Art, and 3D.
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- QuestionI am looking for a pad to help with very small photo editing details, and to also double as a signature pad to sign electronic documents. Will this do that? If not, what product will? Wanting to buy asap (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionThis is my first time buying a drawing tablet and I have heard that non on screen tablets like this one is very difficult to get good at, so is this tablet most likely a good choice? Or should I get a different one?(If so Wich one do you suggest) (low $) (3 Answers)Answers
My son is 11 and makes really cool pics with his. You can make them in layers which is extra cool, that way you can adjust your pic without erasing what you want to keep. If you watch this youtube, it will show you how it works. There are some others that add more layers to the same artwork. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg71jFsfmSI Hope it helps.
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