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Old 05-03-2006, 10:15 AM   #1
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did a film shoot last night and made a couple of hundred $$ so I thought a wacom would be a good investment for Maya, photo shop, graphics and stuff, might even get me drawing again. Better than wasting the money on wine women and song.

I have no idea about it. It has bundled software, photoshop elements, Coral painter, a few other things. It is 6 by 8, model G-630.

Can anybody start me on what to do, I am so tired (it is the arts festival here and I've been up late filming every second night and doing uni and doing Maya and doing cooking and doing.., blah blah), I can barely read the manual, really!

I have no idea about this think except that when I know what to do it will be great.

I was hoping to start some sort of tips and tricks thing here on this thread so others can get some good mail too,

Anybody have any tips; eerr, like how to plug it in or , do i put the driver in first and update..??

Any advanced tips would be great too
take it easy and life will be easy
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