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    Default Wacom tablet question...

    I have a Wacom Intous III... wondering if there is a setting either in the wacom prefs or in Illustrator that allows you to set pressure = density?

    ie: the harder you press, the darker the line gets... I can set it so that the harder you press, the thicker the line... but I am looking for more of a pencil feel...

    any help would be great..


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    you can do that in photoshop, for sure. but im not sure you can vary the opacity with illustrator.

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    wow...way to answer the question everyone....

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    have you tried using vagisil first?

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    fuck you dustin... well... no... I like you... but look out for my next post...
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    give me your damn address so i can send you a shurt

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    sorry to add another post neglecting the subject- but I'm considering buying a Wacom (or like) tablet and no nothing about the technology.

    Can anyone recommend a model & size adequate/functional for tedious illustration, but not too expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate View Post
    sorry to add another post neglecting the subject- but I'm considering buying a Wacom (or like) tablet and no nothing about the technology.

    Can anyone recommend a model & size adequate/functional for tedious illustration, but not too expensive?
    maybe the small graphire will cover your needs, what's your budget?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dspring View Post
    I have a Wacom Intous III... wondering if there is a setting either in the wacom prefs or in Illustrator that allows you to set pressure = density?

    ie: the harder you press, the darker the line gets... I can set it so that the harder you press, the thicker the line... but I am looking for more of a pencil feel...

    any help would be great..


    cheers
    if you on a mac, in your system preferences you can customize the settings (speed, pressure, ect.) of your tablet. as for customizing in illustrator alone, i'm not sure.

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