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The simple answer is, if you're most comfortable with A4, the medium Intuos Pro is already pretty darn large. It's almost A3 - the drawing area is almost as tall as a portrait A4 sheet and wider than a landscape A4 sheet. The "large" is more comparable in size to an old-school drafting desk. If you're most comfortable with A4 drawing, I'd say go medium. ...


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My first piece of advice is to be sure of the size you need. I have the Intuos A3, but I end up using only a section of the available surface. When I used the whole surface I found the increased travel was actually giving me RSI in the elbow. The size smaller would have been sufficient for my needs in the end. Perhaps you can rent one to try out? I ...


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Dynamics presets as standalone are seldom useful. They do make a lot of sense tho when used in full tool presets, so I recommend starting there. There must be something that makes sense for your uses. There are also several preset packs around. You can try them out and learn how they do what they do. :) ...



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