|Item model number||glove|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.88 x 4.41 x 0.28 inches|
|Manufacturer||Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||April 9, 2015|
Huion Artist Glove for Drawing Tablet (1 Unit of Free Size, Good for Right Hand or Left Hand) - Cura CR-01
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- Work for both hands - Huion Artist Glove with two fingers; The package includes one unit of glove which can be used on both hand, free size; 20cm in length, 8cm in width.
- Anti-fouling design - It can prevent smudges from your hand on a Graphic Tablet, Graphics Monitor or some other items, leaving no more scratch.
- Comfortable Material - Made from Soft Lycra and Nylon, extremely flexible, comfortable to work with; It can reduce friction between your hand and the surface.
- Classic color - The glove is black, peaceful and charming color; And the most important point is that this color is soiling resistant so you do not need to wash it frequently.
- Flexible using - Works perfectly for sketching, inking, coloring and digital drawing on graphics tablets.
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The only disappointing factor is that touch sensitive devices can still be operated through the glove, and one of the main reasons I got it was to draw on touch devices without having to worry about my palm. Most software and devices have OK palm rejection these days, but it is still an issue, and I bought initially to prevent this. I'm only knocking one star because I think if I had read closer, I might have noticed this was the case before purchasing - However, I thought that was the whole purpose of these gloves, and so just assumed that would be a feature.
Anyhow, good glove in general. Still searching for one that will help me with the palm rejection issue.
My hand will usually get a bit clammy when I'm drawing for prolonged periods of time, so I thought this might help my hand not stick to my tablet. It does help with that, but it's so slick on the tablet surface I'm frequently messing up my lines due to it. I figured it'd give just the right amount of friction, but it doesn't. The fit is moreso for larger hands, and is incredibly uncomfortable for my smaller hands.
Just buy a fleece or knit fingerless glove and it'll do about the exact same thing.
Without it, I'm constantly accidentally changing brush sizes or getting palm touches picked up as color changes. With it, none of that is an issue. It feels great to wear for hours while sketching or painting. You can spend more and get a higher quality material, but if all you care about is not hitting controls accidentally, especially if yoyu're left handed like me, then this is the one I'd go with.
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It stops my sweaty palms from ruining my tablet screen and my drawing paper - Another box ticked!
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is simple...I have tiny hands, so its baggy. Making things one size is cool and all but when you are like me and are naturally small, one size fits all means 'extra large'.
It works, its a glove, it acts like a glove should and does as its told.
The glove came in a small cardboard envelope which made it quite nice for presenting as a gift. My partner was very pleased with the overall fit and comfort on their relatively small hands, wearing it on their right hand. It makes a noticeable difference in allowing their hand to move more easily over the surface of the tablet, and so far has kept it looking a lot better with less smudges from the near daily use it gets. It is easy to wear over several hours with no issues noted by my partner at all in their time with it so far.
All in all, I can whole-heartedly recommend this artist glove for digital artists and graphics tablet users as a nice quality of life improvement.
This is not a product that is to block touch screen recognition, if you are buying for a tablet in the hope to draw on one and remove accidental hand or finger marks this is not the right product for that job. If by some chance it does happen to do that, then it is solidly a bonus and not its design purpose.
The purpose of this "tool" is to reduce surface friction when using a drawing tablet, I have a tablet/screen drawing tool personally. If you have ever used one you would know that the screen gives of heat as any electronically device does especially one that emits light. So if you are drawing for an extended period of time (I have sat for over 8 hours solid on one) your hand can sweat and release grease and water. This can increase surface tension and make your hand "drag" more than usual. This can also leave the screen murky and horrible to draw and draw through as well as making the pen contact harder to register. (washing your hand has little to nothing to do with this issue) The glove allows a much smoother glide across the drawing surface and stops the screen from getting smeary or increased friction.
It isn't a requirement for drawing but both traditional and digital art can be improved by having a tool like this. You can obviously make shift something like a cloth or tissue beneath your hand for roughly the same effect. This is just a nice tool and feels that little bit more professional.
You can't ever say this without looking like you are showing off your bronze swimming badge or that you are some weirdo who judges the value of a person by their appendages, but it may be helpful to those that want to know. My hands struggle to fit mens XL gloves, due to having "piano fingers" I haven't found having bigs hands have given me any bonus in life so it is not a "boast" just a fact. This glove ordering their largest size does fit and is comfortable, if you have large hands you may need to stretch the material with a few uses; it does however stretch and is comfortable.