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Omg my tablet broke it was my xmass gift and now im crying?

Omg my tablet broke it was my xmass gift and now im crying? Topic: Case stylus
June 20, 2019 / By Ozzy
Question: We are really broke now and it was 79$ id never be able to afford another one i was soo happy too. im sooo stupid i had it in my purse all day and it wasnt even on the ground. the screen is cracked and it womt turn on when it does its white and black. no icoms or anything. im crying and have to tell my mom im not iresponsible. i cant get it fixed or afford a new one.....im so sad
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Lewis Lewis | 8 days ago
Well, unfortunatley, it means you are irresponsible. I am 15 and got a $300 tablet for Christmas. Imagine if that gets broke! But it won't, because immediatley I spent $50 on a case for it, ans got a stylus so I don't f up the screen. It's okay, I don't know what kind of tablet you have, but it may have a warranty. If it doesn't, it's not that hard to fix a screen. (Bought a camera from friend with a cracked screen, and I bought a new screen on ebay and put it in and it worked). So it is not the end of the world, sh*t happens. Yeah they may be mad, but i'm sure you would much rather get it over with, than to hold a secret.
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Lewis Originally Answered: Omg my tablet broke it was my xmass gift and now im crying?
Well, unfortunatley, it means you are irresponsible. I am 15 and got a $300 tablet for Christmas. Imagine if that gets broke! But it won't, because immediatley I spent $50 on a case for it, ans got a stylus so I don't f up the screen. It's okay, I don't know what kind of tablet you have, but it may have a warranty. If it doesn't, it's not that hard to fix a screen. (Bought a camera from friend with a cracked screen, and I bought a new screen on ebay and put it in and it worked). So it is not the end of the world, sh*t happens. Yeah they may be mad, but i'm sure you would much rather get it over with, than to hold a secret.

Lewis Originally Answered: Is it worth buying a graphics tablet?
Yes! A graphics tablet is simply a computer mouse that looks like a pen. A graphics tablet can do all the functions that the mouse can do. The only thing that makes a graphics tablet better than a mouse is ease of use when drawing. It is easier to draw with a graphics tablet because it feels like "pen on paper" drawing. Wacom Europe manufactures the Bamboo Pen (small), Bamboo Pen And Touch (small), Bamboo Fun Pen & Touch (small & medium). Check out the Wacom Europe website. Wacom USA manufactures the Bamboo Connect (small), Bamboo Splash (small), Bamboo Capture (small), Bamboo Create (medium). Check out the Wacom website. There is only ONE thing that makes Wacom Bamboo and Wacom Intuos5 very different. Bamboo has 1024 levels of pen pressure. Intuos5 has 2048 levels of pen pressure. The higher levels of pen pressure allows you to draw the most subtle details, has better precision. Check out Wacom website for more info! Buy a tablet that has a medium or large size drawing area/active area if you draw using big arm movements or you want to do broad brushstrokes. Buy a tablet that has a small size drawing area/active area if you draw only using your hand and wrist. The extra features that some tablets have are a gimmick and is not necessary for drawing, painting, photo editing on the computer. You don't need pen eraser, the software program you use will have a feature that will allow erasing/undo mistakes. You don't need multi-touch, the software program you use will have a zoom in/out feature, plus you can navigate/select/click/highlight and more using your digital pen that comes with the tablet. Base your decision on the wireless option (if you don't want a cord attached to your tablet) and the drawing area/active area. Here is some more info http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRkDxj4UD...
Lewis Originally Answered: Is it worth buying a graphics tablet?
In this survey of anime/manga artists, 54/55 said they use a Wacom tablet - mostly the Intuos model, certainly a good investment if you take care of it, and use it. http://www.dailyonigiri.com/2010/02/what... Your other choice is to hand-draw everything and use a scanner, that has costs associated too, like proper drawing pens, ink etc. Making a mistake on a paper version could ruin the whole panel, so you can see why commercial manga artists are turning to graphics tablets. I'd say a combination of skills would be best in the long-run, you'll have to work out the best way of doing things depending on what skills you want to develop.

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