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The *best* art glove

Cintiq Companion, Cintiq Companion Hybrid, Cintiq Companion 2 and MobileStudio Pro
EricDoggett
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Joined: Thu 5. Jan 2017, 19:44

The *best* art glove

Postby EricDoggett » Mon 4. Sep 2017, 23:33

Since palm rejection on a Mobilestudio Pro only works if the display first detects the pen tip, what is the best artist glove out there to minimize palm rejection errors? I don't like having to always 'point' the pen at the surface first before resting my palm down. There seem to be a lot of inadvertent marks (really bad in Adobe Illustrator).

I've tried a couple of gloves but haven't found anything really great. Surely there's one out there that won't transmit anything from my palm to the tablet?

Anyone have any luck?

Thank you!

Eric

wacom4
Posts: 74
Joined: Tue 29. Nov 2016, 09:49

Re: The *best* art glove

Postby wacom4 » Tue 5. Sep 2017, 07:04

Not sure if this is the "best" glove, but this is what our customer prefer since several years now: https://eu-store.wacom.com/Catalog/Acce ... undefined1


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