Sketching using the Wacom Bamboo Tablet in CorelDraw

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www.coreldrawtips.com This tutorial will show you how to sketch using the wacom Tablet with the help of a photo reference. Wacom tablets are great for sketch presentation. If you are an illustrator of books or just loves to sketch digitally, the Wacom Bamboo tablet is highly recommended. Enjoy this tutorial. (29 minutes)

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25 comments

  1. actually its not tough using a wacom table cause if you are using a thing
    regularly you will get better every day… 🙂

  2. Woah! Bamboo is so ripping off in price! Iv had bamboo for a year now, and I mean.. It’s just as any other tablet out there :-T

  3. why? Just buy a tablet pc that way you get a computer aswell with the programm and games already in 🙂

  4. No. Certain more expensive tablets with touch sensitive screen does have that feature, but on the Bamboo it doesn’t show the screen on the tablet.

  5. Not On the tablet, but It controls the Mouse on the screen.

    To see the computer screen on the tablet, the prices could go easely over 700$

  6. I use mine with Corel Draw X3 and Anime Studio Pro, it speeds up production by allowing you to draw directly. I also used a Wacom (old Graphire2) which took a while to get used to the hand/eye coordination. Its a world of difference.
    You might want to check out the pc tablets but I like my pen close to the drawing surface with my cintiq. If you plan to be a pro, the time you will save really is significant

  7. im trying to get a cintiq 12, are they worth the cost, cause im going to be using illustrator a ton and i dont want to drop a few thousand if its just a fancy toy.

  8. I don’t have it, but as far as I know, it doesn’t.
    You look at your computer screen as you’re using the tablet. 🙂

  9. Alex you need to get a Cintiq, they rock!
    I started using a Cintiq 12 with X3, It really speeds up the work flow.

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