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I do a lot of photo image retouching in Photoshop and bought a wacom tablet as I thought it would speed up my workflow. I find that it takes three times or more actions/strokes, which uses up the history states quicker, to get the same level of effect achieved with my mouse. I would have thought that the levels set in Photoshops editing tools would be the same with the pen or the mouse! I find this very frustrating, all the reviews I read said that once you got used to the pen/tablet it woud prove hugely beneficial. Can anybody tell me if my Volito is faulty or I'm doing something wrong? Thanks in advance Alan Lockie
Tablets are definatly more difficult to get used to! It will take some time before it's more beneficial to you. It doesn't appear that the tablet is at fault here though.
Be aware that the tablet's pen is pressure sensitive. Push lighter or harder in order to get more desired effects.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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