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    I wanna study graphic design and I think I should learn how to draw on a tablet or like edit stuff etc (might put something in my portfolio later). Do you guys think I should buy some special drawing tablet or just buy a random one? Which one would you recommend to me?
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    I'd warmly recommend wacom tablets Just look up their site and see what you fancy. I wouldn't randomly pick one though, that's what I did when I first bought a tablet, ended up with a horrible brand (I think it was called Trust or something) and I basically didn't use it much at all because it was so bad. So yeah, definitely do a little research before you buy it.
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    ^ I would also recommend a Wacom tablet, takes getting used to but they really do help.
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    I have been using a Wacom tablet for a few years now, it takes some getting used to.. but they're defiantly worth it. I started with a £50 Wacom intuos tablet (can't remember the exact name) it really improved my work. It's a really strange feeling the first time you use it especially if it doesn't have a built in display.
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    (Original post by ellethecreator)
    I wanna study graphic design and I think I should learn how to draw on a tablet or like edit stuff etc (might put something in my portfolio later). Do you guys think I should buy some special drawing tablet or just buy a random one? Which one would you recommend to me?
    Hi Ellethecreator,

    I would also recommend the wacom brand, very nice tablets to use and I have owned the same one for a good 6 years

    Jay
 
 
 
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