Drawing Tablets Huion 4 Comparing 2023 – which is the best?

This article Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets. Is in the build-up to the animator guild 2022 film contest where 37 animators have dedicated up to a year of work making their best piece of animation. And all of those entries, all 37. So they’re all going head to head for a chance to win one of these Hughey on tablets.

Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets

I’ve got four tablets here, Huey just sent me three of their tablets, three different types of tablets, which I’m going to be demonstrating in this Article. And then I’m going to send them on their way off to the first second and third place in the overall rankings of the contest. And we’ve got the fourth one here because they also sent me one in the past that a hurry on Canvas 13. And so I’ve got that one there as a backup in case there is a joint entry for the first second or third place, as well as the tablet,

Currently, the main course that I provide is the getting started in 2d animation course, which is a comprehensive course to give all of the foundation skills that an animator would need to start making animations. Now understand that the winner of this contest hardly needs a getting started in 2d animation course. But it’s the thought that counts, right. And I’m going to be making more advanced courses which they may benefit from in the future. So I’m going to try out each of these tablets, I’m going to tell you my impressions of those tablets, what I think are the positives and negatives of them the price comparisons of those tablets, and then I’m going to send them on their way to the winners of the contest.

Inspiroy: Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets.

So first up, we have the Huion inspiratory w h 1409 V two, that’s a mouthful, isn’t it. And I plan to send this one to third place because it is the lowest retail value tablet that I’ve been sent here, I’d say it’s actually possibly the most interesting tablet that we have, the price of these can vary quite wildly. I think usually tablets are something that you can buy, secondhand and refurbished and they can still be really good. So I think the key standout with this tablet is that first of all, it’s got a large drawing area.

So that automatically means is good for your posture, you can sit up straight and look straight ahead at a different screen. It’s not a screen tablet, it is a Surface tablet, so there’s no display on it. But I think the coolest feature and the thing that really makes this stand out is that it is fully wireless, which means that you can charge it up. And then you have this little USB dongle which you can put into a USB slot in your computer. And then you can stand at any distance away from your computer, and still draw onto your computer. Now, for most people, this probably isn’t something that they need, they don’t need to have that wireless feature. But I can see this wireless feature having really interesting applications in things like teaching.

So for example, if you had like a lecture hall with a big projected whiteboard or screen or projector, you could like stand at the back of the room and annotate onto the screen and things like that. So there are some really interesting applications that you can potentially use this for. We were trying it out to see how far away we could draw, we couldn’t really see the icons on Photoshop, which became a problem. But if you had like a massive TV screen and you wanted to use that as a computer monitor, then this could be really, really interesting could have interesting results.

It’s very sleek, it’s lightweight. It feels nice when you hold it in your arm, and it’s nice to just be able to walk about and pace about so yeah, I really liked this tablet. It’s probably not the most popular model because it is very niche. It’s almost at the price where you could get a screen tablet but not quite. And there are plenty of buttons which is really good that there’s like a dozen buttons on just one side. I think that’s also very necessary. If you’re going to be standing away from your computer screen where you can’t access the keyboard, you need a lot of hotkeys like that. The key difficulty I see with this one is that it’s kind of portable. The reason for that is because it’s very big, it might not fit in your backpack, it might not fit in your briefcase. And if you’ve ever used wireless devices, you understand the drawbacks of having a wireless device, you need to charge it, it can run out of charge, while it’s not plugged into anything.

But they do also have the alternative, they have the USB cable in case, you don’t want to run it off the charge. And you just want to have it connected like an ordinary tablet, it can be that as well. In terms of pressure sensitivity and smoothness and everything, I found it really easy to make these really smooth lines, I could effortlessly create these big smooth curves, you know, a tablet that’s a little bit larger than other smaller tablets is a really good investment for anyone who has Sahand strains.

Kamvas 13: Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets.

Next up, we have the Kamvas 13. So this is the tablet that I was sent the last time I worked with you on. And so I thought I’d include it in this article. The key standout for this, I would say is that it’s a small portable screen tablet, that is very good value for money, it’s better value for money than the canvas pro 13, which is the one I’ll be reviewing next. And it’s very similar in how it looks in the size. The drawback of it is that it doesn’t have a touch strip instead has keys. So it makes up for that in having more keys than the canvas pro 13. It’s very similar to the canvas Pro, that’s what I was saying. And it’s more affordable. And if you’re desperate for a screen tablet, and you’re just scraping together enough money to get a screen tablet, this is a good one because it’s quite affordable as a screen display tablet scope. So this one appears to be a decent option.

Kamvas Pro 13: Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets.

Then we have the Kamvas pro 13 instead of just the canvas 13. And so this one will be awarded to second place in the contest, whoever comes in second overall, as determined by the three judges. The key standout of this is that like before, it’s a small portable screen tablet, they really emphasized portability with these states made them really slim, like really streamlined, they look really nice feel nice. The key drawback with this is that they’ve got a touch strip, which is lovely. I love having a touch strip for animation, because I like to just like traditional animation, I like to scrub through my animation. But they’ve got very few buttons on the side of this, if you are the kind of person who the hand that they’re not drawing with, they just go to their keyboard and they’re just using the keyboard then you won’t mind not having many buttons on the side.

But if you’re not one of those people and you want your both hands on the tablet, you are probably going to not feel like there’s enough keys on this. And interestingly, the canvas 13 has more buttons than this, even though it’s the cheaper of the two tablets now has more buttons. This might be because I got the settings wrong, but it appeared as though I couldn’t tap it. What I like about the way calm touch strips is that I can I can scroll like this through my keyframes. But I can also tap along just to go one frame at a time. And I found that I wasn’t able to do that with the human touch strip. I found that the brightness settings were when you look next to it to my Surface Book Three.

You can see a big difference in the brightness that it can go to and the kind of vivid color the contrast and things it’s hard to work in like a very bright area with this, it felt dark when put next to my laptop screen. I understand there’s a massive price difference between getting a Surface Book and a huiyuan tablet. So it’s kind of to be expected you know, and also the resolution of these 13 inch screen tablets is only 1920 by 1080 which is not that big when you compare it with like a 4k or a 2.5k even tablet but I think is workable you know I’ve worked off of that resolution for many years but all in all, this is a pretty good all round tablet. It’s small enough to fit in your backpack and your briefcase. It feels really nice. It looks really nice. You wanted to get a display tablet this is a pretty good starting one

Kamvas Pro 24: Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets.

Okay, now we finally reached the big boy tablet, the canvas pro 24 I was pretty excited to unbox this It’s quite an experience unboxing one of these it’s significantly bigger than the other ones. That’s the first impression I got from it. There are a lot of 24-inch tablets out there pretty much every tablet brand has its own 24-inch tablet. You know way comm has one. Tuan has one XP pen has one, and otters all probably have one I haven’t checked. And honestly, there’s not much difference between them. From what I can tell if you wanted to get a large tablet, I think you’d be saving money by going with Huey on overweigh calm. And you might not even notice any differences between them.

They’ve both got very, very good calibration pressure sensitivity. There’s no parallax on the screen. So I don’t know if you’d notice the difference day to day when working on your animations if you weren’t with a Huey on a tablet for over a week on a tablet, but you might feel the difference in your wallet. The key standout with this is that it is a big-screen tablet with 2.5k resolution, so not 4k, but also it’s not 10 ATP, it’s better than 10 ATP 2.5k resolution I found is adequate for most of the animation stuff that I do. By the way, you can still make things that 4k resolution, it’s just that the screen is not displaying that 4k resolution when you look at it. So it’s not the most expensive of this size. But it’s also not the cheapest, I believe it’s also not the cheapest of this size.

So it puts it in a mid-range somewhere with a tablet this size. It’s not trying to be portable, it’s not designed for you to cart it around to different places. And I kind of like that to be honest, because when they drop the portability aspect, it means that they don’t have to compromise with the other aspects of their design. So things like the resolution, the power supply, and the ergonomics, are all improved from it not needing to be a portable tablet. So for example, you’ve got screw holes in the back so that you can actually you could actually have this on a stand on a wall mount or something like that, which I personally really like I like having an arm like this, you know something that I can actually move around into the perfect position.

So here are some of the key standouts from having the big boy, the 24-inch canvas, there’s enough room to have your reference and your cameras on the same page if you want to. So you might actually be able to get away with this instead of a dual monitor setup. If you’re using reference, which you should be. It’s a nice ergonomic drawing experience. Like I said before, if you suffer from hand cramps, or anything like poor posture, working on a bigger screen is beneficial. It helps to reduce hand cramps because you’re using your arm, you’re putting your body into it, which is good, it’s good for gestures as well.

If you struggle with gesture drawing, working on a bigger canvas is good for that. It’s also good for if you paint landscapes, not even painting just drawing landscapes or illustrations, things like that. Because you don’t have to zoom in as much you can just work from out far. And you don’t have to zoom in at all to get those little details. I don’t see the need to go any bigger than this. To be honest. I know I think waikem Does like a 32-inch size one. I just don’t see the point.

I don’t think you need to go bigger. I suppose the extra room is could be nice, but I don’t I think it’s overkill. It’s also a big flex to have a big tablet. Someone comes into your room and they’ll only see your massive tablet. They’re like, Oh, he’s a serious artist, instead of like a little thing and then they’re like, Oh, it’s a hobby that you like to do every now and then you know. So I know that shouldn’t be a factor but it is a flex to have a big tablet.

Thoughts on Huion: Comparing 4 Huion Drawing Tablets.

So my thoughts on the Huion: range of tablets in general. They are a serious contender in the space of graphics tablets. Anyone who’s trying to buy a graphics tablet, if they’re making comparisons table, make sure that you are you on is on that list because they are a serious contender in this. That being said they’re all doing similar things these tablet brands, of course, Huion: was the first I believe and it’s still kind of out ahead but the other tablet brands like XP pen and wake on an autosomal I believe I haven’t worked with us as well but they are all kind of playing catch up. They all have similar designs they’re going after a very similar thing very similar market weicon Because they are the industry leader.

They price theirs in a tier above these other ones. My biggest drawback with the huiyuan designs is the stand the stand bugs me I don’t like the fact that it’s using gravity and it has this little lip on the stand that just is used to prop this I’ve done animations whilst on the train whilst on a plane mean, whilst in the car, I’ve done that, and you want it to be secure, you want it to be fastened in. If you don’t care about that, then you should definitely consider Huey on because that’s my main drawback with them. And other than that I don’t have much bad to say about them really.

Contest hype and conclusion:

It’s really nice to have the contest backed by a tablet manufacturer, especially one as good as high quality as hurry on. The part of the deal was that I would make this review article for them. So I am fulfilling, my part of the deal to hear you because they sent them to me directly. I now am going to have to send these tablets out to any place in the world which could be quite expensive.

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