In this article, we have narrowed down three professional tablets for those of you who draw professionally, artists and designers.
It took us a while to determine the proper term for this device; it seems there is no agreement. Still, after much deliberation, we found the correct name for drawing pads, drawing tablets, digitizer, pen tablet and digital artboard is the graphics tablet.
Semantics aside, these graphics tablet we have narrowed down are the most professional within the product line of three well-known brands. Which are highly professional tools, so they will be costly and not worth the bother for us to find out how much they cost. So without further adieu, here are the three most professional graphics tablet for artists available.
1. Wacom Cintiq Pro 32 graphics tablet
Wacom is the leading brand when it comes to graphics tablet in the market today; they have an extensive range starting from first tablets for beginners to their best in range, the Cintiq Pro 32. This tablet puts in front of you a thirty-two inch 4K ultra-high-definition screen on the surface of the tablet itself which replicated the display from your computer monitor. The stylus which comes with it has over eight thousand levels of pressure sensitivity, which we never knew anyone needed. Makes us wonder how many levels of pressure sensitivity the human finger has?
Other features include a stand which allows up to twenty degrees of elevation and productivity booster features on the screen that will enable you to work faster.
2. Huion Kamvas Pro 24 graphics tablet
The Kamvas Pro 24 graphics tablet may not have as large a screen as the Cintiq Pro 32, but it makes up for it in functions and controls many artists will appreciate. Programmable buttons on either side of the screen allow a high-level of interface customization tailored to every artist. You also do not need to buy a separate stand for this tablet like the one which comes with it can bring the tablet up to an angle of eighty degrees, which is very useful for those who wish to 'paint' on the Kamvas Pro 24. Now we realize why they named this tablet Kamvas.
The stylus which comes with it does not require a battery and like the Citrix Pro's stylus, can recognize over eight-thousand levels of pressure sensitivity. Maybe someday this stylus can give pressure feedback similar to that of a paintbrush?
3. Ugee HK1060pro graphics tablet
Compared to the first two graphics tablet on our list, the Ugee HK1060Pro is a more pure graphics tablet. With a working surface often by six inches, this is a great beginner level tool for artists with a low budget. Customizable express short keys on the side and a two-thousand level pressure-sensitive stylus, this graphics tablet has the minimal requirements for professional artists like yourselves. There is also less risk of you damaging this surface, anti-slip surfaces and a very durable stylus ensures longevity. This tablet is simple, and you would not be making a mistake acquiring this as this will serve the basic needs of any artists wishing to learn and draw digitally. We think this is the perfect option for already professional painters who are looking to experiment painting digitally.
Also, maybe instead of a monitor on your computer, use a projector to blast the image on your wall. Sit far away from the wall with this tablet and enjoy the experience—similar experience minus the cleanup after.
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