hello! I am an amateur animator, and I plan to make digital sketches on a tablet and export them into Photoshop & Aftereffects to make animation. My sketches will be simple cartoons which require no pressure-sensitivity, so I hope I can do that on an affordable tablet. I've tried a few tablets to get the feel... First I guessed sharp-pointy styluses are probably better, so I tried the S-Pen on Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Although it felt very close to natural drawing, it was skipping a lot, so I didn't like it. I tried Adonit Jot Pro with the small disc on a Nexus 7. It was skipping, too. Then I tried Joy DaVinci with the bigger-squishy tip on Samsung Tab 2, and I was pleasantly surprised it was pretty easy to draw with. I'm going to try an iPad as soon as I find a demo one that has a drawing app installed. Are all the screen technology of iPads, Nexus, and Samsung (except Notes) pretty much the same in terms of responsiveness to drawing? If so, should I just get the one that offers the best value & screen size? Also considering which tablet has more potential for apps that may be useful for drawing, coloring, and animation, and good compatible styluses, which tablet is the best? (I don't really want those Wacoms where you have to draw on a tablet while looking at your computer screen... but Cintiq is too expensive.) Thank you for your input!