Good evening, I wonder if anyone with experience with drawing tablets could recommend any model or trick to get a texture on the tablet surface that is as close as possible to paper?. I've been using a basic, somewhat old Wacom tablet model that cost 50 euros for a almost half a year, and although the issue of drawing while looking at the computer screen doesn't pose major problems, drawing on the tablet is difficult for me due to the sliding effect of being on a plastic surface. The stroke control is quite frustrating, and over time I've been drawing less and less on the medium. I wanted to know if you know of any tablet with a rough surface (I don't know if any have it or if it works as well as I imagine) or any tip like using a protector for the tablet surface that provides that extra adhesion. I've seen that some people put a sheet of paper on top of the tablet, holding it in place with adhesive tape, but I don't really know what to think. Maybe you know a tablet that would make things easier with the "paper" feel. I understand that also being one of the cheapest tablets and also being a model from years back, it is possible that I am judging drawing with these devices a bit lightly. I've seen the reMarkable models that apparently do quite well with this effect, but the size and the fact that is more oriented towards taking notes, I dont think is the ideal buy. I'm not particularly interested in a tablet with a display, if I could somehow improve the latency and adhesion to the surface I would be quite satisfied. Thanks in advance.