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I need to be sure before buying this Wacom tablet. Is it compatible with Blender for painting, 3D modeling, and blueprinting?

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I have a Wacom Intuos 4 and it works with Blender just fine, I just don't find it very helpful. It does everything that it's supposed to, but most things are easier with a mouse and keyboard.

...which is just to say that "it doesn't work very well" might mean it's not helpful, rather than that it doesn't function.

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Considering Wacom Tablets are basically mouse/pointing devices, there is literally no reason it wouldn't work. I have a Wacom Tablet myself, and it works excellently for painting, although for 3D modelling, a 3D mouse would probably be more useful.

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It is compatible, but it doesn't work very well. See this thread on blender.org.

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  • $\begingroup$ To be fair, most of those problems can be fixed in the Wacom settings. $\endgroup$ – MasterHolbytla May 23 '16 at 19:58

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