Dunya Mikhail, from ‘Tablets II’ (trans. Kareem James Abu-Zeid)
[Text ID: “I don’t care under which sky --
just sing your song till the end.”]
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It s been so long ! here Danny Phantom gift for 2021 xD So i am back (last time wath in 2015 i guess 0^0)
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Disclaimer: I do have makeup on here (concealer with a lip and cheek tint, plus eyes and brows)
Week three and I think my skin is starting to clear / stopping the break out cycle!
I felt confident enough to not wear foundation and just let the old scars be seen while they fade.
My skin doesn't feel dry but is (tmi) a bit peely. The plus side is I washed my hair Sunday morning and then didn't need to wash it again until Thursday! Going from being a girl that had to wash my hair daily I am delighted. I hope this stays!
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Easter eggs (x)
literal "when you see it"
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Like, I know we all love my boy Nasir, right?
And there are several otber alleged tablets about him, right?
And people love collecting shit right?
Is there people collecting possible Ea Nasir tablets out there?
Are there knockoff Ea Nasir tablets?
Are there complains about the knockoff Nasir tablets?
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Hey spud! I'm planning on getting a drawing tablet soon. I was wondering if have any recommendations? (Also im a big fan of your comic!)
So, LET ME INTRODUCE YOU TO OL RELIABLE
This beat-up scratched, and damaged tablet is my first and only tablet prior to the Cintiq I use now!
This tablet has been with me since 2010 or so. It’s gone to Mexico, across the country, up and down the United States from Georgia to Massachusetts dozens of times. It’s a fairly sturdy and well-built tablet! I still use it today during my travels if I have to leave my main work station. There is a bit of a learning curve switching between my tablets but it has always worked for me in a tight spot.
Ol’ reliable is the Lg Intous 4 tablet by Wacom. It's a pretty decent size compared to some of the smaller variety and really helps with the motion control of the tablet itself.
[AMAZON LINK HERE]
The tablet itself goes for around $500 from distributors and amazon however I assure you that you can find it cheaper elsewhere.
There are a lot of really great knock-off brands of Wacom that are creating their own tablets. There are a few features missing from these, however, particularly tilt control of your pen when you’re illustrating. For people that need especially strong control of their tools this can be an issue, inkers and painters being the ones with the biggest issues.
Huion has some strong tablets at more affordable prices if you want alternatives:
That being said, I’m a rather diligent fan of the Wacom brand. Their websites are terribly designed, their customer service leaves some things to be desired, but the product is always supreme.
My current tablet is the 22 HD Cintiq. Now this one was a long time coming for me and cost almost $2,000 USD once you mix in shipping and insurance.
[AMAZON LINK HERE]
That being said, if you wanted to experiment with Wacom without investing several hundred products in it they do have some smaller tablets with similar features at a more affordable price.
One thing to note is that the tablets often advertise having touch capability. Skip it.
100% useless, and annoying.
I always find myself activating it when trying to draw and it would skip over my pen and instead trail my wrist movements. It’s infuriating.
Another key point to make about tablets is if you are going to get one, get it with a REMOVEABLE cord. If your tablet has a cord permanently attached to it you’re just asking for the inevitable day that the cord will become damaged and ultimately ruin your tablet. If the cord that connects to your computer can be pulled in and out you also can switch it out should there be any issues with it.
Wireless is an option but it does become an issue if it runs out of charge, same with the pens.
That being said, hope this is helpful for ya!
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Somewhere, Osric Chau is shaking.
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Good news Norm, we’ve combined all your medications into one convenient dose. Bad news is, it’s a suppository.
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Dunya Mikhail, from ‘Tablets II’ (trans. Kareem James Abu-Zeid)
[Text ID: “Like communion bread,
your words dissolve in my mouth
and never die.”]
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DPS Dream 9 Tablet
Yes, I do have a tablet, and no it doesn't work. I got it in 2016 from my sister, and it worked well from a few months, then:
The browser didn't work, but I didn't care
Later on, it didn't let me download apps
Could not read an SD card, and also deleted the stuff from it(it was like 5 music only)
Then it didn't let me start up the apps. Only the wallpaper ones. If I managed to start an app, it crashed it
Then the tablet itself started crashing. After few minutes of using/trying to play, you would hear a knock sound, and it turned off. Now it's completely dead
But I still keep it, it looks cool. And I don't like to throw out electronics, unless they are dangerous
I haven’t had any tablets since. They’re expensive
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How thrilling to appear in his eyes.
She can’t understand what he’s saying:
she’s too busy chewing his voice.
She looks at the mouth she’ll never kiss,
at the shoulder she’ll never cry on,
at the hand she’ll never hold,
and at the ground where their shadows meet.
Dunya Mikhail, Tablets
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An Honest Review of Drawing Tablets
So, basically... I've been dealing with a nightmarish situation for a week in a half, and have had to opportunity to try an assortment of tablets (one broke, one borrowed, one rented, one bought).
I will be reviewing the:
Cintiq 13in HD (2017)
Huion H610PRO (2020)
Wacom One (2020)
Huion Kanvas PRo 16in (2021)
The reviews are under the cut...
Cintiq 13in HD (2017):
Absolute worst one of the tablets. This is the one I had owned since 2017, and it is the one that completely died a week and a half from the due date for my senior animation. The stand that comes with it (The same one that is still for sale on the website today), is terrible. The tablet slides around in it, and I had to fasten it together with tape to keep the tablet from moving. The cables that come with this tablet have bad connection issues. After the first year of owning this tablet, just moving the wires could cause the tablet to disconnect. The buttons do not work very well, and it is very difficult to clean. Getting any sort of liquid on the screen causes bubbles to form.
Image Source: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1125249-REG/wacom_dth1300k_cintiq_13hd_13_3_creative.html
Huion H610PRO (2020):
A medium sized drawing tablet. It is not a monitor tablet, so it is best for those who want something portable, or are more inclined to drawing without a screen. This tablet is the nicest to draw on. It has a great texture, and the pen it comes with has a spring mechanism on the tip that makes pressing down more comfortable. It is lightweight, so easy to carry. The only downside (For me, at least) is that the pen has no eraser, which seems to be standard for Huion tablets.
Image Source: https://digimend.github.io/tablets/Huion_H610pro/
Wacom One (2020):
This tablet is as basic as you can get for a monitor tablet. It has no buttons, and has a 13in space to draw in. The black frame around the drawing space makes the tablet bulkier, but it is good for hand support. The tablet feels INCREDIBLY sturdy, which is to be expected, because it is aimed at beginners. It comes with a built in stand, that feels rock solid, and it comes out at a great angle for an ergonomic drawing position. The downside to the built in stand is that it is not adjustable, and only has one height. The tablet is super light weight, and extremely portable for a monitor tablet. The pen, unfortunately does not have an eraser. The pen is also very thin, so people with large hands may find it super difficult to draw with (This is coming from someone with SUPER small hands). The pressure sensitivity on it is not great, but it does feel really nice to draw on.
Image Source: https://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/reviews/creative-hardware/wacom-one-pen-display-review-is-wacoms-own-cheap-cintiq-any-good-for-artists-designers/
Huion Kamvas Pro 16in (2021):
This tablet is probably the best out of all of them functionality wise. It does not feel near as nice to draw on as the other Huion tablet, but the pressure sensitivity, and color accuracy makes up for it. The spring on the pen doesn't feel as nice as the spring on the other Huion pen either, and it is a little bulkier, but the buttons on the pen feel much better. There is also no eraser on the pen. The tablet is incredibly thin for it's size, but it doesn't feel fragile. The surface is layered with a laminated sheet, and etched, antiglare glass, so the image is super clear, and doesn't have a lot of parallax. The buttons work REALLY REALLY well, and it has a touch bar that works really well too. The only downside with the buttons is that the on/off button is right above one of the shortcut buttons, and it is really easy to accidentally power off the tablet if you aren't paying attention. The stand you can get with it, is really sturdy, and there is no sliding whatsoever. It is made with metal, and it flattens down into a really portable device. The biggest downside to this tablet, is that the drivers are really difficult to get working, and you have to mess with a bunch of settings to get the pen to actually work on the tablet, but once you have it working, it is literally incredible.
Image Source: https://huion.com.by/graficheskie-monitory/interaktivnyy-displey-huion-kamvas-pro-16
The biggest takeaway from all of this is that the Huion tablets have better functionality than most wacom tablets, and are much cheaper. The only downside to huion, is no eraser for the pens, no fancy nibs to switch to (Wacom has rubber tipped, and felt nibs), and the drivers are a nightmare to install and get working.
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A veces cuando estudio me pongo a garabatear en los apuntes. Si no lo hago siento que me va a explotar la cabeza.
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Buy Tablet PC to find a reliable seller is very important!
As tablet pc get better and better, and the software strives to develop office applications and productivity-related apps, many business people have switched from laptops to more portable tablets.
However, if you want to further enhance the convenience of operation, it is recommended to choose a style with Bluetooth-compatible peripheral products to improve work efficiency. For example, there are many models on the market equipped with stylus, Bluetooth mouse and folding keyboard, etc., all of which can help users speed up the work, so whether the tablet computer has peripherals is a plus.
In addition to the product's own functions and performance, product warranty and after-sales service are also particularly important.
Electrical products will inevitably fail occasionally after years of use. In addition, tablet computers are not like ordinary desktop computers and laptops, which can be disassembled and assembled by themselves. If necessary, they must be returned to the original factory for repair. Therefore, it is best to provide the warranty provided by the manufacturer. Services and other details are included in the purchase considerations.
It is recommended to choose a warranty service of at least one year, so that you can enjoy a more complete after-sales service and guarantee after purchase. There are many points to pay attention to when buying a tablet. Finding a good seller can solve many problems.
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🤤 @reniadeb 🤤
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