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Thread: Swith from tablet to "real" media??

  1. #1
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    Cool Swith from tablet to "real" media??

    So I've been using my tablet exclusively for a year or more.
    Now I'm taking a art class finishing up my degree at college and in this class we do not use the computer for our projects. So I was wondering if anyone else had a hard time going back to "real" media after using your tablet for so long. To me it's been very strange and it just doesn't feel right anymore.
    I can't quite put it into words at the moment but its strange none the less.

    So have any of you dealt with this?
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    Yep, I have it too.
    You specialize in something and then you can't go back..well you can, but you'll have to work on it.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    It just takes some time, i usually have my left hand always searching for the Undo shortcut /Ctrl+Z/
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    yea i know the undo button is something i miss lol
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  5. #5
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    what I found so tedious was mixing the paint.. and then still not being able to get just the color I wanted. I never have that problem in digital.

    What is worse, is working in acrylics or oils and having to try to remix paint if you need to match an area. sometimes you have to do the whole area over because of the hue not matching.

    I miss the color sampler the most.

    Plus, I never imagined all the trips to the art store for more paint.
    One thing I forgot is the amount of white paint you use in acrylics.
    I should have bought a gallon.

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