And a Samsung Slate 7? Cool. I'm thinking about getting an HP Convertible laptop/Tablet, but I don't know if it'll be as good as that. (Hopefully, it will. Hopefully) Is the Slate 7 very expensive? I just want something that I can add art software to as needed, that won't give me a lot of trouble doing it, or will allow that kinda thing.
And I see. Thanks for explaining that to me. I appreciate it.
And does this mean that you're going to continue the New Royal Guard comic that you started with the NRG Prologue? I sure hope so, as I loved that.
I don't know if the HP that I have my eye on on ebay has that, or not. I think I need to check HP's website to find out for sure, though.
I know that a Lenovo convertible laptop that I looked at on Newegg said in the ad for it that it had Wacom drivers installed on it, but that they weren't up-to-date, or active, or something. SO I don't know if all convertible laptops like that have Wacom drivers on them, or not, but if that's what I'm getting, I certainly need to find out, huh?
Yeah, I hear ya there! I checked some out at the Sam's Club here in Wentzville, and I think the cheapest one that I found like what I'd need was like $700.00-$800.00. Which was just a bit more than I actually would like to pay.
Looks like the same result as the pen at this resolution. Presumably you're using the brush, so if you colour like this you might run into that issue where either side of the line has a 'white' edge. I'd love to know if you have a way of getting around that.
Set the ink layer to multiply if it's not transparent and color under that layer. If you're talking about the coloring method with the magic wand, you can select the area and modify the selection in the menu drop-down to include Z number of pixels beyond the original selection and BAM gone white space