posted on May, 19 2012 @ 08:00 PM
reply to post by Morgenstern89
I used to draw on paper and then ink and scan and made corrections with a software.
While the Cintiq is a real plus, the software you will use will be important. Personally, I now use Autodesk Sketchbook Pro as the feel of the drawing
is very very similar to a drawing made directly on paper, and is relatively cheap, being just above a hundred dollars.
And it is a very simple and easy to use program, yet very powerful.
To the risk of looking like I make self promotion, here's a link to some drawings I posted here on ATS, and that I made on Sketchbook.
It is a program that helps keep the warmth of your pencils. I don't ink anymore, and that was something I loved to do.
And yes, eventually, you will find your angle while using a tablet!