Pen tablet

Some time ago, I had bought myself a pen tablet. When I bought it, I tried it a few times and then I repeatedly wondered why use it when I could get things done easier and faster with the mouse. So the pen tablet remained unused.

I have a pen tablet Wacom Intuos Medium. I chose the regular Intuos, not the Pro version. The price determined the choice.

This is not a sponsored post and I have paid for this product myself.

I’ve been watching a lot of videos on Youtube lately about how people use these pen tablets, and I decided to give myself another chance.

Wacom Intuos Medium.

Using it is still not fully comfortable, but I will not give up. In itself, this pen tablet is nice, the pen is comfortable, and the software allows one to set everything very precisely.

Wacom pen.

According to the information I read, getting used to a pen tablet can take a day or two, in some cases 2-3 weeks, but some people don’t get used to it at all. At the same time, many will continue to use the pen tablet and will not return to using the mouse.

For a few days now, I’ve been working on the pictures and it’s getting better. I think I’ll be a pretty good friend with this pen tablet. Anyway, I won’t give up this time.