But it seems like the heat of my hand makes the paper wrinkle and "ondulate" where it touches the sheet, and it is very very annoying. Any artist can help me here? Someone ever had this problem?
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I've read around that the correct posture for drawing requires you to NOT touch the paper with the hand at all... but that's very hard
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SimpReal wrote:I've read around that the correct posture for drawing requires you to NOT touch the paper with the hand at all... but that's very hard
Oh, that's not true. It's a good guideline to not use your wrist to draw certain things, such as straight lines and circles (and even then, you can still keep your hand on the paper and not use your wrist), but to entirely keep your hand off the paper, that would be torture, and I don't think anyone does that.
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