Now that the Coupe is away being restored, there is room on the drive and the idle car search has started again.
I would like something that my daughter can practice in, so small is important but safe would be good. And it should be interesting. The Audi A2 seems to fit this bill. The 75 bhp pertol seems to be the sensible choice. Any experience and guidance on these things? They seem strong, reliable and fairly simple on the face of it - and generally very skimpily speced. Just trying to find out if I'm missing something major.
I tried Haggerty but due to location, they were unable to assist.
I can recommend the alternative I found - STERLING INSURANCE who offered me a classic car policy and an extremely good price with great cover (it was in fact cheaper than the Haggerty suggested quote). As insurance is so individual maybe just good for me and where I am at but thought I would mention in a Thread in case of any use to anyone else.
The usual , help required please. I've never seen any threads on here regarding graphic design (certainly you won't have done from me for reasons of my utter incompetence in this field) but this place can still surprise me so I'm asking here.
MicroWishy is after a graphics tablet from Santa, she loves drawing and also making computerised animations and is after a tablet for this purpose. This is going to be her main present so budget is about £200. It will be mainly connected to our main PC which has twin 27" monitors (so hadn't considered versions with screens) but if there's something that could also be used in her room with her android tablet as a screen then that wouldn't hurt although this isn't the main priority. Reading up gives options such as these below.
Question 1 would be, does anyone know what they're talking about form experience in this field (I exclude myself from anything artistic)?
Question 2, is it worth having a screen on the tablet itself? I guess this boils down to the budget showing options for Wacom (known brand to me) without screen being a similar price to an unknown brand with a screen. In other words a choice betwen perceived quality (Wacom) and features (XP-PEN with screen). Obviously if I look at screened Wacom products then the budget goes up....
Questions 3, if the answer to question 2 is that quality wins, is it worth upping the budget to inlcude the medium version of the Wacom pro?
This event is being held on Sunday 14th June, not quite the old Spa Italia we remember as it's now only a one day event but I've been reliably informed the event is now much as it used to be with a large mix of modern and classic Italian vehicles on display, plenty of track sessions for bikes and cars which you can watch from the comfort of the stands, tickets are 15 euros, unsure on a club stand so something I'll look in to but I'll plan to make a long weekend for this and head down on the Friday morning to stay at the Eau Rouge camp-site again.