It’s been a while since I’ve been drawing digital art. It’s a bit difficult to draw with a mouse on Paint Tool SAI. First, I’d draw it with a pencil on paper, then take a snap of it and transfer it to my laptop. There, I’d work with my magic, tracing it with a mouse on Paint Tool SAI and give more life to it (coloring, shading etc.)
It’s a bit easy. I’ve learned this technique and has been doing it ever since. But the disadvantages of course, is that it’s time consuming. And I always felt it’s not my hand who did the work. It didn’t feel like I draw it.
So when I learned from a newfound friend (the stranger who I just talked with casually one day and we soon became friends) that she had bought her drawing tablet from Lazada which costs a mere 2000 php, I was shocked! Because I thought the cheapest drawing tablet you could get is for 5ooo php.
I already have the money with me! I even saw that the price dropped from 2000 to 1, 600 php! That means I’d save more money!
Trouble is, I really don’t know how a drawing tablet works! :O Do I have to connect it with a laptop for it to work?! It seems it only works with Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. My laptop is on its version 10, but one of the reviews said it does work with Windows 10. So I am guessing it needs to be connected to a computer for it to work!
The name of the drawing tablet I’m eyeing is Genius Easy Pen i405 found in Lazada’s website. I’m currently panicking out D: I really want/NEED one but even with the good reviews, I’m just scared about:
– getting damaged/incomplete product
– paying additional delivery fee that I can’t pay (lol)
– won’t get satisfied of the product no matter how good the reviews are
Imagine me getting a drawing tablet. This would make it easier to draw character sprites and backgrounds for my Visual Novel! _)9
It’s going to be my first time ordering something online, and with the recent reviews about the delivery team, I don’t think their delivery services are very good. Maybe I should just risk it?… Risking is a part of life after all.