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Re: Different Wacom question

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 07:59:14PM +0200, Israel Rodríguez wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> > 
> > Is the only difference between the small Wacom Bamboo and the small
> > Bamboo Fun (both about 6 x 4") the extra proprietary software packages
> > that come with the Fun?  
> Yes, software is the only difference (ArtRage, is entertaining, but not
> proffesional and Photoshop Elements is only a propietary software you
> can get using the GIMP and f-spot togheter). If you will use it as a
> replace of mouse, I recomend you the small bamboo. But if you will use
> it for design, Bamboo Fun (medium) will be better (but it's only a size
> issue) if you want to be more confortable drawing.
> Just my opinion, more questions? :)

Thanks, that helps.  I want to use primarily for drawing, not to
replace my mouse.  I'm not much of an artist, but drawing with a mouse
is simply not fun, and without pressure sensitivity it's even more of
a drag.

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