So I own two Wacom tablets that I use to digitally draw with. One is a Cintiq where you draw on the surface of the monitor and you can see what you draw appear under the pen. The other is an Intuos which provides no visual feedback on the device itself, but you can see your cursor moving around on one of your regular monitors. I’ve been switching back and forth between the two, since which the Intuos is much harder to draw with, it is a lot more ergonomic to use. I’ve seen some artists do some amazing things with an Intuos, but after several years of trying, I still find it pretty difficult to manage.

Anyhow, I’ve been using the Intuos to draw the strip for the last few months and decided to give the Cintiq another shot – trading the better accuracy for some muscle pain. Unfortunately, somehow in the mean time Clip Studio (which is the art software I’m using) has ceased to work with my Cintiq. The program will simply not display correctly on my Cintiq monitor. I can use other programs, and was able to sketch today’s strip using SAI, but Clip Studio seems to be down for the count. 🙁

Anyhow, if anyone has any tips on Cintiq and Clip Studio, let me know. Internet searches and help forums have turned up nothing.

I really need to upgrade a lot of my equipment.