CDR King’s graphics tablet was the very first tablet I’ve ever bought. At first, it was just to try my hands at digital art. I didn’t want to spend a fortune buying a Wacom tablet since I only draw as a hobby, that and I didn’t have the budget.
The tablets come in two sizes, big and small, both have similar features. It comes with a battery operated pen with extra nibs included. It also comes with free writing and drawing softwares for you to use with your new pen tablet. The driver included allows you to configure the hotkeys and functions of the buttons found on the tablet and the pen.
I wasn’t really expecting much from this tablet, CDR King is not a well known brand, and it was quite cheap especially if you compare it to a Wacom. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked it, it was very easy to use. Coming from a background as a penciler, I’m used to using traditional media. I was afraid that I would find it hard to draw with a tablet but that wasn’t the case. As long as I place a piece of paper on top, this tablet pretty much simulates drawing on the real thing. Although the included pen took some getting used to, I’m quite satisfied with it.
If you’re just getting into digital arts and want to try your hands on drawing with a tablet, check out CDR King’s graphics tablet. It’s very barebone but it gets the job done. It may not have all the bells and whistles of a Wacom tablet, but it’s also significantly cheaper. Try it and it might just surprise you. It’s what I use pretty much everyday.
Written by syndic8te
Amateur manga and anime artist. Amateur photographer, Freelance witer, Dancer, Blogger, Gamer
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