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Intuos M vs Intuos M pro

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
Epifora
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Intuos M vs Intuos M pro

Postby Epifora » Sat 1. Sep 2018, 07:08

Hi guys, i'mplanning to buy my first graphic tablet but I have a huge problem with making this decission.
I'm wondering, if intuos m pro is worth the difference in prices?

i'm going to make an 2d animation for movie contest, (i'm not new in art, I draw a lot and I even have tried digital art but making it with mouse on computer was a nightmare), so I really care about quality, however I'm wondering - if a difference between their both qualities is as big as in their prices? (and will i notice it while using such softwares as for example Gimp?)

Intuos m includes three free softwares, so it's also making me hestitate.

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