KatManDEW wrote in post #18526179
We got it setup and figured out several things today, including the Bluetooth connection. She seems to like it so far. And after playing with it, and looking at a couple video tutorials, I think I might be able to use one for retouching. I'm not a graphic artist like she is, but I can see the advantages for retouching photos.
Thanks again to everyone for the feedback.
I don't have a Wacom, too expensive for me, but I do have a cheap Trust brand one. I love it, and have used a series of them for over 20 years. I too am not really an artist, but I realised pretty quickly after I got a digital camera that for those editing tasks that need precise movements, such as tracing outlines, or painting in around areas the pen was much more natural than using a mouse. Which finally made the tablet a useful tool.
I watch a lot of younger people who can do this sort of work with the mouse, and have noticed that many of them are of an age where they were learning to use a mouse at the same time that they were learning to colour with crayons, let alone learning to write with a pen or pencil.