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I had this same issue some time ago! I fixed it by fixing the pressure curve on the Wacom tablet properties. Make the pressure a little stronger, so its a little less sensitive. If this doesn't fix it let me know and I will give you another recommendation. Also, are you using Mac or Windows?
Maybe you can change your sensitivity settings.
Try setting it up for something firmer, you'll probably have more control in the drawing.
Thanks for the advice, unfortunately didn't work. It changed the thickens of line, ect, but I'm still getting this little something on the ends! - I tried to change pen pressure(image below/sorry it's in polish, but I guess it's the same in EN version, so you can figure out what is what) and it's the same in every option(or curve change) of a pen pressure...can I kindly ask you for print screen of your curved settings? Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
I'm starting to be hopeless about that ...:(
I'm working on Windows.
In addition to what sergio and ricardo said, do you have Illustrator? Its Paintbrush Tool has pressure sensitivity (amongst other things) and will let you adjust "fidelity" (i.e., how smooth the resulting stroke will look). I guarantee you won't have anymore blobs at the ends of your strokes.
Illustrator is not working for me so, it's a bit irrelevant - but thanks for trying!