Should I Get a Drawing Tablet If I Can’t Draw?

If you are wondering if you should get a drawing tablet, the answer is yes. Just because you can’t draw doesn’t mean that you can’t doodle. When using a drawing tablet, you are able to replicate the strokes on paper. One of the best tablets on the market is the Wacom Intuos Pro, which allows you to draw more naturally, with the ability to change size and sensitivity of the tablet on the go.

A drawing tablet is a good idea for professional artists, animators, and designers, who use it to create their art. A drawing tablet is also a good idea if you have a physical disability, such as arthritis, and can’t easily use a mouse due to limited mobility.

Growing up I dreaded the idea of having to draw anything. I always felt that I was terrible at it and never thought I would be able to get any better. My mom signed me up for some art classes in middle school and they were a lot of fun and I did get a lot better, but it never felt like I had a real talent for it.

I am not saying that I am bad at drawing, for the most part it is just not my cup of tea; I am more of a writer or singer. Since I don’t really get what the fuss was about, I discounted drawing tablets and continued to write with my trusty old stylus. And then my stylus died and I was left with only.

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