Posted 03 January 2008 - 10:03 PM
oh it was pull to soft! not hard, Dang! no wonder i had to press so darn hard in photoshop
edit: alright i figured out how to get it out.. instead of trying to clamp it, i got the sharp-nose pliers and use the cutter part,lightly clipped the nib and pulled it out with ease. I took that nib, compared with other nibs, and otnly the side was a bit worn, worn so it'd have a sharper poit but the length is roughly the same so im glad.
I'll keep this as a future reference in case I forget, and i hope this is useful for others too
Posted 04 January 2008 - 12:59 PM
Oh, and I have had my tablet for more than 2 years now and still using it - never replaced the nib. You must've been pressing waaay to hard
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Posted 23 January 2008 - 09:18 PM
However, I'm having some trouble deciding on a size. I normally draw on A4 paper (12x9) so does that mean that i should buy a tablet resembling this size, or does the zoom ability in software programs make up for the size? (I'm assuming that if you zoom in on a detail in say Photoshop you still use the entire tablet area, while only working on a fourth of your drawing. Hope that made sense )
Next problem is the format 4:3 or 16:9?
My screen is 4:3 so I know a tablet of the same format would be best, BUT, I'm hoping my tablet (most likely to be an Intous3) outlives my computer (I'll probably upgrade my lappy in two years time). So can I still get enough out of a 4:3 tablet with a 16:9 screen? or can I use a 16:9 tablet efficiently on a 4:3 screen?
Hope you can help me out....
Posted 23 January 2008 - 09:45 PM
If you bought a 6x8 and then upgraded to a widescreen you would LOSE tablet real estate. By purchasing a 6x11 you GAIN real estate.
I had the 6x11 before I got a job and moved onto a Cintiq and it was a very nice size all around. But I also was using it to supplement a 14" tablet PC which I did my actual line work on. The tablet itself was really more for Photoshop rendering (difficult to do on the tablet PC because of the lack of keyboard).
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