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Old 19-03-2007
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Hi all you computer artists.
I'm getting into designing gifs and little animations and the like using Macromedia Fireworks and an old version of photoshop.

I was wondering what kind of hardware you guys are using for drawing. Track ball, tablet, touchscreen?

It's so difficult tracing lines with a mouse!
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trackball! lol, how 80's of you!
I use a wacom graphics tablet - a mouse just takes a bit longer (I painted/drew with a mouse for years - and they are loads better now)
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I use a mouse, photoshop, and imageready (for animations) and illustrator.


I am getting a tablet though I think, with MS vista, wish me luck
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Thanks guys. I've had a look around and sent off for a tablet to give it a go.
Jimmy, trackballs are the future...you'll see. What goes around, comes around!
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