you're currently using a
mouse to do your digital image editing or painting, you might be
interested in a better way: using a drawing tablet. It reduces the
strain on your wrist, feels more like a real pen, and gives additional
control capabilities with the built-in pressure-sensitive sensor. Some
also detect angles.
Drawing tablets will add pressure-sensitive input, which some programs
such as Project Dogwaffle can
use with brushes in order to let you control certain features such as
the paint spray opacity, or in some cases even the angle of tilt or
on and varies with the software and the type of tablets too. Some
tablets offer optional features through special pens such as the
6D Pen from Wacom. Some tablets also offer shortcut buttons and
touchpads or sliders. You can spend anywhere from $30 to $900 on
tablets of many different features, makes and sizes.
in your budget, then we recommend the top quality professional tablets
by Wacom, the 'Mercedes-Benz of tablet makers', but there are a few
others which are nice too.