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I am a freelance and for four years I have worked with Wacom Intuos.
I decided to try my luck with a graphic monitor but before buying a Cintiq, I bought the KAMVAS Pro 22 from Huion.
It is a very good product but, for some reason, I find it a bit awkward starting with my hand, which covers a part of the screen.
I wanted to think that I would level up with my new device but on the contrary, I am attracting myself.

Any advice?

>> No.4239462

>>4238309
I'd say first thing you should do is try drawing with paper again, as drawing on a display tablet is pretty much the same thing but digital. After that you should get used to it.

>> No.4239480

Intuos have at least a mild texture to them whereas screen tablets are glass.
Your muscle memory is all fucked up because you're used to that little bit of friction.
Switching is a bit like learning to walk on ice.
Try stretching some blind contours out over 30 minutes.

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>>4239480
It is the most coherent answer someone has given me until now.

>> No.4239540

>>4239534
My cintiq has more friction than my kamvas pro

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