Post your c-140x drawings

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  1. chriscannon

    chriscannon Proud Member of the PFJ! Senior Member

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    Agreed.

    Although this thread is mostly about drawing on c-140x's, comparing similar drawings on other computers wouldnt be off topic in my opinion. Maybe even some pictures of the screen while drawing instead of pressing print screen like I did.

    My picture was mostly to show how smooth it is use use the pen, and also the ratio of screen size while the screen is turned from the side.
     
  2. P8RSON

    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    If you want the topic to be covered for all tablets Chris, alter the heading from the C-140X to Tablet PC's.
    I'll move the topic from the Gateway to the Hardware section.

    As to Nominals query on differing screens for outdoor use:- Basically it falls down to two ~ Indoor only and Indoor/Outdoor.

    The Indoor screen is much brighter and clearer but because of the way the screen operates it doesn't handle bright direct light or fluorescent lighting well.
    Ideal for Indoor use, out of direct lighting that can cause reflection.

    The Indoor/Outdoor screen is much duller and matte effect coating (anti-glare), as such it's appearance can give off a general quotes of "my screen looks better than yours".
    Ideal for use indoors under direct or fluorescent lighting and outdoors.
    Can be used as a drawing/painting tool when out and about.

    I often use one of my tablets to sketch away something I have seen.
     
  3. dgh725

    dgh725 Ah! I've found it!

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    Huh? Not sure I got all that?
     
  4. Nominal

    Nominal Engineering Student

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    Okay, thanks for the info. I don't see any mention of what type of screen the C-140X has, anywhere on Gateway's website. Can anyone shine some light on this issue?

    P.S. The Hardware section is rather inactive. This thread would die quickly there, I think.
     
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    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    What part did you not understand dgh725?
    Was it the "my screen looks better than yours". because if it were, that was meant to be someone else looking on at the machine with an Indoor/Outdoor screen.
     
  6. dgh725

    dgh725 Ah! I've found it!

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    I just had to re-read it a couple of times.
    And what does "sketch away something" mean? (technical term?)
     
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    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    To Sketch away something simply means to draw quickly (Sketch) at anything you find interesting (away something). :)
     
  8. Nominal

    Nominal Engineering Student

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    It's that British English of his, dgh725 ;).
     
  9. dgh725

    dgh725 Ah! I've found it!

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    Clears thing up nicely - thanks.
    Cheers.
     
  10. chriscannon

    chriscannon Proud Member of the PFJ! Senior Member

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    My thread was stolded! :eek:


    Nah, dont move it please... It would die in that section, plus I would like to see what else people do on the c-140x, but still want to see your P8RSON. Just pretend your on a c-140!
     
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