Japhasca Posted June 19, 2014 Share Posted June 19, 2014 First of all, please forgive me if I'm wrong on any information or assumptions I've made, as I'm a noob to tablets. I've been researching this issue and I can't seem to find the answers I need. The short of it is I'm working on an indie game and I draw better when I have immediate visual feedback--that is, on the thing I'm drawing on (so, a graphics tablet with no image would be useless to me.)My preferred program is Paint.net, it does exactly what I need it to do, (which is mostly zoomed-in pixel manipulation and freehand drawing.) I am aware of the lack of pressure support, but I'm not concerned by that.It seems I would need either a tablet computer that actually allows loading regular software (like a Surface Pro) or a graphic tablet I can connect to my desktop, that has an actual screen to draw on.I also can't afford to spend an arm and a leg, and a lot of these are EXPENSIVE. Anyone have any ideas for me? Any particular product that fits these descriptions that you've used and enjoyed? Any deals? Any products to stay away from? Thanks in advance! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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