Must-Know Tips For Using A Drawing Tablet
Drawing Tablet With Screen: Perfecting Your Drawing
Instead of using pen and paper for drawing, we have become inclined towards using
drawing tablet with screen. After all, it is environment friendly and it offers better
features while having the essence of drawing using a pencil.
Since it is technology, therefore, you can improve your drawing skills with not only
practice but also some great
tips. In this blog post, we are
going to focus on some basic
tips that would help you
improve and enhance your
drawing while using a tablet.
So, without any further ado,
let us get started!
Match Hand movement with Movements on the Screen
For starters, make sure that your drawing tablet with screen ratio is in accord with the
ratio of your monitor.
For example, if you have a small tablet, and you are using it with a large monitor, a slight
movement of the pen would seem significant on the monitor. Likewise, with a smaller
monitor and bigger tablet, to move the cursor on the screen, you would have to move the
pen a great distance.
The best way to fix this is to adjust the drawing environment.
Drawing from the Wrist
If you draw from the wrist, your average pen stroke would be around 10 centimeters.
This, means you don’t need a large drawing tablet, you can place a small tablet in front of
Drawing from the Elbow
For larger strokes, you with be using your entire arm. It means that the lines could be 30
cm in size. Therefore, you would need a large size drawing tablet. Pen strokes on these
large size tablets should be able to match the cursor movement on a 15-inc monitor. If the
monitor is bigger than 15-inches, push it back to give it an illusion of a smaller monitor.
Sit Directly in front of the tablet and Monitor
If you are still having trouble after fixing the mismatch between the cursor and your
hand, it means there is a problem with the angle of your monitor.
Placing the table at a slanted angle from the monito