What Drawing Tablet Does TheOdd1sOut Use?

TheOdd1sOut is currently using the Wacom Cintiq Pro 24 with a 23.6″ and 4k display. He has also used the 21.5″ display drawing tablet named Yiynova MVP22U V3 in the past, and the Wacom Bamboo Create as his first-ever drawing tablet.

Continue reading below to learn more about these drawing tablets.

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Wacom Cintiq Pro 24

  • Size: 23.6”
  • Display Specs: 4k resolution (3840 x 2160) paired with 99% Adobe RGB Color Gamut
  • Pen Pressure Sensitivity: 8,192
  • Price: Very expensive

It makes a lot of sense that TheOdd1sOut invested in this drawing tablet since his career revolves around drawing comics, creating animations, designing merch, etc. which means he spends most of his time working on a drawing tablet.

A drawing tablet with a display lets artists like him work more efficiently, and even more so with a massive 23.6” display and 4k resolution that allows him to view entire illustrations and still be able to see and draw details. Since he produces a lot of comics with multiple panels, it helps to see them all at once when creating storylines.

The pen is also equipped with 8,192 pen pressure levels, which might be a bit overkill considering that his comics and animations are mainly 2D. The pen and the screen together have almost zero parallax and zero lag which is a must for someone who always uses the tablet.

Another nice function for professionals like him is its built-in legs that can be adjusted at various angles for the most comfortable drawing position. It also has an express key remote with 17 customizable shortcut buttons for a personalized experience.

Would I Recommend This To You?

If you’re a professional, if you have the budget, go for it!

The convenience the Cintiqu offers TheOdd1sOut will definitely translate to you and make your life as an artist easier.

It’s compatible with Windows 7 or later, and macOS 10.10 or later.

For beginners and amateurs, there are a lot more affordable options you might want to take a look at that will still offer you an incredible drawing experience without breaking your bank.

You can check it out at Amazon by clicking here.

Yiynova MVP22U V3

  • Size: 21.5”
  • Display Screen Specifications: 1920 x 1080 HD Display paired with 79% Adobe RGB Color Gamut
  • Pen Pressure Sensitivity: 2,048
  • Price: mid-tier

This Yiynova drawing tablet is one of the more affordable choices considering its large display. It has 2,048 pen pressure sensitivity that suits TheOdd1sOut simple comic and animation style without a problem.

Would I Recommend This To You?

If you use Linux, this is one of the few drawing tablets that will work with your operating system. It also works with Windows 7 and later, and Mac 10.8 and later.

Aside from that and its large screen, it also offers multi-touch and an external remote for navigation.

Although it doesn’t come from a well-known brand, it was fine for TheOdd1sOut.

Wacom Bamboo Create

  • Display: No
  • Active Drawing Area: 8.5 x 5.4”
  • Pen Pressure Sensitivity: 1,024
  • Price: mid-tier

This is the drawing tablet that TheOdd1sOut used with his early works so, it’s definitely functional and was reliable during his early years as an artist. Even though it is an old model, it does have multi-touch

Would I recommend this to you?

The short answer is no.

Back in the day, this was one of the drawing tablets that professionals relied on. Today, not really. This drawing tablet is almost obsolete and, there’s a myriad of better and cheaper choices out there for beginners.

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About the author: My name is Marcus, I am a lawyer (LL.M.) and the founder of this website. Besides sometimes doing lawyer stuff, I like to draw and improve my skills as a “digital artist”, and I write about what I learn on this website. If you want to know more about me or reach out, then you can click here.

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