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In my previous post I talked about the

gift my boyfriend got me the other day,
something I've been wanting for forever
since my last one broke a few years back.


A Wacom Bamboo tablet.
A tablet is like a mouse but instead
of a mouse you work with a wireless pen.
It makes it easier to do photo editing,
torn edges and doodling.
You can do journaling using
your own handwriting!

Hope that clear things up!

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En tablet är alltså en ritplatta med en
tillhörande penna som gör det enkelt
att redigera bilder eftersom du får otroligt
större kontroll över en penna än över en mus.
Om du någonsin försökt radera en bakgrund
runt en bild eller skriva med musen vet
du vad jag menar :)

I sverige kallas de även ibland för pennmus.
Är du sugen på en själv kan jag verkligen
rekomendera Bamboo One, den är super
för nybörjaren, enkel och med bra kontroll.

♥ XOXO ♥

Comments

  1. Aha! Det hade jag aldrig kunnat gissa. Har googlat lite nu efteråt och såg att det fanns flera storlekar och sorter. Vilken har du?

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  2. That's funny. I haven't checked in with you in a couple of days, but last night I finally remembered to try out my husband's wacom for the first time - I have to wait until the kids are in bed. Now I really can't wait until we can afford a tablet style computer. How fun would that be?!

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