A friend has accused me of not using my new Surface tablet in the first week I've had it, even mentioning that I've only drawn one thing. Well, I'm starting to get used to Photoshop on a tablet and am not liking its tablet-ability quite yet. Of course, when you're used to hitting key commands for everything(which CHANGED since the Photoshop 7 I previously used for several years... before the CS versions even), you wind up going straight to the keystrokes in your mind.
I still love Photoshop, with a mouse, and a keyboard that's BESIDE the tablet instead of attached to the bottom or flipped out of the way. I might wind up getting a Bluetooth keyboard eventually, but first I'll try Manga Studio(which is changing its name to Clip Studio Paint) and whatever sketching program my friend uses on his older Surface which is actually made for touch.
Meanwhile, FA isn't very tablet-friendly. My Surface seems to think the page is much wider than it should be, causing me to zoom in on the submission page. IB, however, has everything at a proper size. Go Bunny! Same goes for Weasyl. Weasyl & Bunny both work well on tablets. UPDATE: FA's displaying at a usable size now. Not sure if it was on my side or FA's side, but others had the same issue.
Also, apologies if the ferret is huge. It's quite tiny on a tablet with a higher resolution than my large 1080p monitor. IB & Weasyl both display it at a respectable size on my tablet.
2 years ago
08 Mar 2016 06:30 CET
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