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Hi ppl! Some time ago I bought me a Wacom Tablet (6x8 I think). Anyway I''m not exactly a good artist, I can draw a bit with pencil and paper. So when I bought the tablet I thought I could draw with the same quality as on paper, but I was wrong. I can''t draw any straight lines or curved lines, they keep coming out all wiggly and jiggly. Can someone give me some pointers on how I can fix this? The only thing that''''s constant in the universe is change.

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Try to adjust the sensitivity of the tablet, in control panel. I know what you mean, as I recently(christmas) bought one myself.

Also draw very slowly, until you get used to the fact that there is no friction.

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i solved the problem via putting a sheet of (not too rough)paper onto the tablet. It helped me with getting a better physical feedback while drawing.

Here are some useful links to some really great "tablet artists".

http://www.geocities.com/lemenayd/page2.html (slow)
http://www.katode.org/noguchi/web/welcome2.htm (tutorials)
http://www.joachimart.com/ (look @ the trashcan)


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