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Alienated40
Alienated40

Posted 2 years ago on 18/03/2018 at 03h56

Alienated40

Posted 2 years ago on 18/03/2018 at 03h56

Hi! I'm going to soon be purchasing a drawing tablet, but I'm wondering if any other tablets work well with toonboom harmony other than wacom?

Does anyone know if any of the huion or ugee tablets work with toonboom?

If anyone from toonboom can give a list of approved tablets, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you all for any help you can give.

Sincerely,

Alienanation

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lcanau

Posted 2 years ago on 19/03/2018 at 13h08

lcanau

Posted 2 years ago on 19/03/2018 at 13h08

Toon Boom has a public list of approved tablets and they're all Wacom. Other brands are at your own risk. If you browse the forum, some people seem to have some success with other brands, but you have to bear in mind that Toon Boom Support might not be able to solve any issue arisen from using hardware that is not supported.

Win and Mac: Wacom Bamboo, Intuos or Cintiq

https://docs.toonboom.com/help/system-requirements/Content/_System_Requi...

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monika67

Posted 1 month ago on 10/08/2020 at 00h03

monika67

Posted 1 month ago on 10/08/2020 at 00h03

I got my XP-PEN Artist 24 Pro https://www.xp-pen.com/product/602.html drawing tablet with screen 24" recently, and its working with Toon Boom Harmony really well. The XP-PEN Display works great, since the 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution is much hight and the big working area .
Im a professional animator/illustration and ill tell you nothing is as intuitive as drawing on to a screen with an expensive display tablet but if you cant afford this a new non-screen graphic tablet is actually a more accurate drawing device .
An Wacom intuos drawing tablet is your best option. Have a look at the XP-Pen Deco series, they're really nice to draw on and they're a great value.

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o0Ampy0o

Posted 1 month ago on 14/08/2020 at 00h18

o0Ampy0o

Posted 1 month ago on 14/08/2020 at 00h18

I got my XP-PEN Artist 24 Pro https://www.xp-pen.com/product/602.html drawing tablet with screen 24" recently, and its working with Toon Boom Harmony really well. The XP-PEN Display works great, since the 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution is much hight and the big working area .
Im a professional animator/illustration and ill tell you nothing is as intuitive as drawing on to a screen with an expensive display tablet but if you cant afford this a new non-screen graphic tablet is actually a more accurate drawing device .
An Wacom intuos drawing tablet is your best option. Have a look at the XP-Pen Deco series, they're really nice to draw on and they're a great value.

Can you clarify what you are saying? I see ".... if you cant afford this (Wacome Cintiq) a new non-screen graphic tablet is actually a more accurate drawing device ......" You appear to be saying that a regular tablet like a Wacom Intuos is more accurate than this XP-PEN Artist 24. Is this XP-PEN Artist 24 that inaccurate?

I have used Wacom tablets for years and years and years many varying models and specs. I have never felt the lesser spec'd models impaired my drawing. I think the high specs of the best Intuos models are frequently overkill. IOW, you can use lower models of Wacom in many if not the majority of instances without thinking "I wish this were more accurate."