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:iconkryptana:
Kryptana 1 day ago  New member Hobbyist
Just asking how do I join a group
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reneedicherri 1 day ago  Professional Filmographer
on the top left side there should be a button that says join group!
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SpringDog619 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
HAPPY EASTER to all you S.B. Peeps! 
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reneedicherri 1 day ago  Professional Filmographer
yay thanks :D
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SpringDog619 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
;-)
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:iconhigreen1uk:
my tablet delays I'm using archos 97 platinum what is the best tablet to use to draw pls
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RevoRobotica-Liam 6 days ago  Professional General Artist
Wacom is perhaps the most popular manufacturer of tablets.  Their Intuos line comes in various tablet sizes to match your drawing requirements and budget.  If you like drawing on the screen, then their Cintiq line of products are amazing, but also command a high price and are not very portable (except for the new Companion).  

The biggest difference between Wacom and other tablet manufacturers is their technology: Wacom's digitizers have a remarkable level of pressure and tilt sensitivity, various pen options, unique button customization features, and great driver and app support.

If you're looking for portability, check out tablets that use Wacom digitizers like the Microsoft Surface, but many of these don't offer external customizable hotkeys, for that try Wacom's own Companion Hybrid.
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Hello people!

I've been doing some drawings entirely on my tablet and exporting them to my PC and noticed the colors i apply in sketchbook pro on my tablet look notoriously faded on my pc screen, i'd like to know if any of you guys have experienced the same problem and if anyone knows how to fix it, maybe it's a problem on my PC or my tablet...

does anybody have anything to say? :) 

Thanx!!!
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RevoRobotica-Liam 6 days ago  Professional General Artist
Your screens have different color calibrations, so they appear different.  There are many things that contribute to that: technology like IPS vs LCD; screen lighting like back lit vs edge lit; color temperature 3600k vs 5200k; and basic contrast, brightness and saturation levels.  The same issue happens with printers as well, colors are hard to reproduce accurately across various devices.

The easiest thing to do it to try to adjust your PC's screen to match that of your tablet.  
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Thanx for the answer! 

One more question coming from your answer.

If I print it, will it be closer to the tablet or the PC? (tabler colors are brighter than PC's faded colors)
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