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Old 05-07-2008, 12:16 PM   #6
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Does Wacom Bamboo Fun Medium allow for tracing? As in physically laying a drawing atop the tablet as was possible with the Graphire?
Hmm, that's a good question. I'll see if Matt still has this kicking around and ask him. As for the higher-end models, they do have more pressure-points, but for many people it might not be such a big deal. They might be more useful to those who spend days, not hours, on art.

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My niece is taking a graphic arts course and asked me recently if I could find her a deal on one of those Wacom Bamboo tablets. I think she was looking for a larger sized one though.
Well to be honest, I think Wacom tablets in general are well worth the cash for those who will use them often. It's far more natural to draw with a pen than a mouse, so the unit more than pays for itself right away.
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