The digital program learning isn't going all that wonderfully. (Sigh)
First day or two was trying to get over frustration with the tablet itself. So when something wasn't working the way the tutorial I was watching suggested it should, I had no idea if it was me, or the tablet, or the program, or the computer and well, that resulted in not much more than giving up.
Jason found me a link to a patch or something and I know that often it's little things like you have to plug the device in before you open the program. Or, in this case, I discovered, using the buttons on the stylus, you have to have the stylus pointing down towards the tablet and there is a touch of a delay.
But, ugh, part of my frustration is that I don't want to be learning ALL THE THINGS, I just want to do a few things. So back to the "beginner tutorials" I go but there are so many gazillions of things to learn to do and I have no idea where to start or where to find the tutorial that will allow me to do that one thing I would like to try and so I'm kind of, right now, at a point of well.... this isn't much fun.... and I can't actually do anything.
I think a hands on course/class might be helpful so perhaps I'll look for that, but there's also a part of me that is wondering about just returning the tablet and kind of giving up, or just reverting to doing very very basic, simple, could have done this twenty years ago type things. With my finger. On my laptop's track pad.
These programs have far too many parts and bits and aspects. And while I'm sure a great many people enjoy having all those options, I, right now, do not.