Keep tak­ing the tablets

If the In­tuos and ZBrushCore combo doesn’t ap­peal, there are more tablets to choose from…

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Wa­com In­tuos se­ries Web www.wa­com.eu Price From £67 to £84

Wa­com of­fers four other tablets with bun­dled soft­ware. The In­tuos Art (£84) comes with Painter Es­sen­tials and is the same size as the In­tuos 3D. The other three are smaller, with a 6x3.7-inch draw­ing area: the Draw (£67) in­cludes ArtRage Lite; the Photo (£84) fea­tures Pain­tShop Pro, Mac­phun Cre­ative Kit and AfterShot Pro; and the Comic ver­sion (£84) comes with Anime Stu­dio De­but. Wa­com In­tuos Pro se­ries Web www.wa­com.eu Price From £157 to £315 The In­tuos Pro is what most artists prob­a­bly think of when you say “In­tuos” – and it’s cer­tainly what they crave. The largest has a gen­er­ous 12.8x8-inch draw­ing area, the pens and re­lated ac­ces­sories are a dream to draw with, and the var­i­ous short­cut keys mean you can cus­tomise your work­flow to suit your style.

Huion Giano WH1409 Web www.huiontablet.com Price £130

Wa­com is the best-known tablet maker, but nowa­days there’s a vast se­lec­tion from other com­pa­nies, start­ing from as lit­tle as £25. This par­tic­u­lar model stands out by of­fer­ing wire­less con­nec­tiv­ity, a 13.8x8.6-inch draw­ing area (the largest in the world, Huion says) and 12 short­cut keys.

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