ApolloGrimoire wrote:Would IMGboot and dropbox be good places too?
Singidava wrote:Any tablet from Wacom is good. The rest depends on how much money you want to spend.
Singidava wrote:Basics are the same in all tablets. The user friendliness really depends on the painting program more than the tablet.
Singidava wrote:I use GIMP because it's free. It might be a bit complicated for a beginner though but... I suppose you'll have to learn those skills eventually anyways if you want to draw anything.
Singidava wrote:There are many versions of Adobe Photoshop (and yes, it's not only for photos) but they can get really expensive. Aside Photoshop there is also Painter. Those are the most common ones especially in professional use. If you don't want to buy something that expensive I guess Paint Tool Sai is pretty popular too.
However! If you found GIMP confusing I don't think any those will be much easier. If you want something free and easy to use you could dry drawing online to oekakis. That's how I started digital drawing.
Singidava wrote:While it's usually true that people post their pictures at least the Oekaki I used had option to not post it by marking the picture unfinished (and that also saved it).
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