Hey all, you don't mind if I pour my heart out here right?
As many of you know, I have a Wacom Cintiq 21UX. You know, one of those fancy screens on which you can draw? Well it's my baby.
I've had it for about 3 years now, and use of almost every day for many many hours. Things, with age, lose their quality. And over the years, my screen has gotten what Wacom calls 'cat hair scratches'. Nothing I wasn't expecting...
But, on occasion, the pen nibs that you use, get scraped, without you noticing as it is usually a gradual thing. This happened to me. While I replace the nibs often (cursing loudly while doing so as it is difficult), the one I was using up to now has developed a sharp edge. And I didn't notice because I was painting on and on etc etc.
But now, there are scratches that my pen actually catches on. I am so sad. My screen officially needs to be replaced as it's difficult to paint now, but replacing the part will cost me around 400 dollars to get done
I don't have a spare 400 dollars. What do I do, any tips or ideas?