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Art Tip for Tablet Users

Art Tip for Tablet Users

Posted on 8 September 2008 at 6:08 PM What is the best way to ruin your tablet?
Getting it all icky from the natural oils in your hands.

Here's an inexpensive "TIP" how to:
Buy Cheap Inspection Gloves: LINK TO MY SUPPLIER

Cut off the tips of the thumb, pointer and middle fingers so you have a secure grip on your pen. But keep the ring finger, pinky and palm covered since they come in contact most with your tablet.

This:

1.) Eliminates the Oil residue from your skin getting on your tablet
2.) Makes it so your hand glides smoothly and evenly across the surface.

I wear this ALL THE TIME and when a pair wears out, I just get a new pair.

I also suffer from Carpal Tunnel so on TOP of my glove I also wear this:
COMPUTER GLOVE

Makes working with a tablet smooth, effective, ergonomic and clean.

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fablespinner
Sep. 9th, 2008 12:42 am (UTC)
You're welcome.

^_^


Hobby Shops that sell Car models usually have them too.

^_^
beechan2
Sep. 9th, 2008 01:29 am (UTC)
Yep and yep!

I've actually been using a long simple black cotton arm warmer from a set I purchased at Hot Topic back a few years ago. It rides up to just past the proximal interphalangeal joints of my fingers, keeping ANY part of my skin from touching the tablet at all. And SUCH a smooth glide over the tablet surface. Plus, it keeps my hands nice and warm during the winter when I'm on the computer ^_^. Best purchase from Hot Topic ever!

It's ensured the life of my tablet. So much in fact that the tablet I have is my original one purchased back in 2004 ( I THINK it was 2004 that I got it as a Christmas gift ). Same goes for the pen and nibs!

~~Bee
tammylee
Sep. 9th, 2008 02:38 pm (UTC)
Thank you for the tip!
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