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Favourite genre of music: Depends on the song, but most often than not either J-pop/rock. American music is too slow :P
Favourite photographer: My friend Meg :D
Favourite style of art: anime/manga
Operating System: Windows, sometimes Linux
MP3 player of choice: iPod 3rd generation Nano (you know, the square-ish ones)
Shell of choice: Chocolate
Wallpaper of choice: places.
Skin of choice: chicken
Favourite cartoon character: No-Face from Spirited Away. He's so adorable *shot*
Personal Quote: No.
Well I can't find my tablet pen. I lost it on Wednesday, and I still can't find it. I have scoured the entire house for it, and I think the wormhole in my room has eaten yet another thing. I'll put something down, and it'll disappear. My room is actually clean, and I still lost it.
This hasn't been the fist time either. I swear to god during the night it grows legs and runs away from me :iconforeveraloneplz:

So I ordered a new tablet. I've been planning it for awhile now. My Wacom Bamboo pen and touch create has been pissing me off from day 1. I have little to no control over the pen/cursor and with over 2000 levels of pressure and the smallest nib out of any other tablet I have ever seen, you can only imagine how hard it is to try and control the pressure I put on it. The nib itself actually no spring in it, so it just hangs there in the pen. I can't even write with it, because the lines will still be connected because the nib just fucking hangs there without any support whatsoever. I'll make a stroke, and there'll be little hooks on it because of the clustered level pressures. The nib/design isn't even the main problem; it moves way way way too fast. I have adjusted the levels for 2 days straight, and it still moves way too fast. If it isn't that, it moves too slow. A lot of you may have heard this before, but Wacom nibs wear down extremely fast. over time, the surface of the tablet becomes scratched because the nibs eventually erode into a point. Every 3 months or so, I'll have to replace the nib. With the shorter and shorter it gets, the harder it is to try and control the pressure of it.

My friend :iconmakoninah: has a good tablet thats easy to use, and a lot cheaper than 200 dollars. So I ordered that one off of amazon during a sale. I should be getting it on the 24. I'm sorry I couldn't make the portrait of Gamzee like I said ;_____; It will be the first thing though ^^


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SYoshiko Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
thanks for the fave
MagicalOtaku Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the watch!
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miSsSasoRi Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for watching :iconletmehugyouplz:
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Revenia Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:! :)
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sassy1997 Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for the watch :iconkokorox:
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