Artistic Handwear

Digital Art Glove

A digital art glove (also known as an anti-fouling artist gloves, smudge protectors or two-finger drawing gloves) prevents smudging in traditional media and reduces friction on your tablet. It’s an affordable luxury that you may not need, but it can help improve your productivity.

Unlike many of its competitors, this option from XENCELABS is available in multiple sizes, including for left-handed artists. It also prevents sweat from contaminating your screen and keeps your hands comfortably warm.

CG Art Glove

If you are a graphic artist, or you are working with a tablet computer for drawing, you need to protect your hands from smudging the screen. You can prevent fingerprints and greasy fingers by using a tablet drawing glove. This will help you avoid the frustration of having a dirty screen and focus on your art.

This drawing glove is designed to protect your hand and wrist while you draw on a tablet. It has a comfortable fit and is made from soft Lycra material. It is washable and will not deform over time. It is also quick to dry. It is available in several sizes.

CG Art Glove is perfect for artists, designers, architects, stylists, engineers, and cartoonists who use tablets for work. It has a high-quality microfiber fabric stitched along the palm ridge to clean the screen and promote smooth movement of your hand on the tablet surface. The glove has a velcro strap that supports the wrist for added comfort during long creative sessions.

Huion Cura

The Huion Cura is an anti-fouling glove made for drawing on tablets and monitors. It’s a two-finger glove that prevents smudges and reduces friction between your hand and the tablet surface. It’s also flexible and comfortable to use.

The gloves come in a variety of colors, including a soothing sapphire blue and pink as well as classic black. They’re also breathable and odor resistant, which helps you stay comfortable during long creative sessions. The gloves are available in three sizes, so you can find one that fits your hand.

Another great feature of this drawing glove is its programmable dual dial design, which allows you to control the stylus’s pressure and speed settings. Its press keys are easy to navigate and offer a paper feel, which makes it easier for beginners to adapt. It’s also easy to clean and has a built-in palm rejection function. This digital drawing glove is a must-have for any serious artist.

XENCELABS Grey Drawing Glove

This eco-friendly digital drawing glove helps reduce smudging and palm print on your tablet. It is breathable, flexible, and durable. It also comes in a convenient zippered soft pack, making it easy to store. It is one-size-fits-most and can be used on either hand. It has exposed fingertips to allow for gestures and is a great choice for those who draw for long periods of time.

It features a soft and comfortable Lycra fiber with nylon and provides comfort for your hands during your work. It also prevents the oil from your fingers and palm from transferring to the tablet, allowing you to draw with a smooth experience.

The XENCELABS Grey Drawing Glove is available in small and medium sizes and can be used on either hand. It can be used for a wide range of purposes, including graphic tablet art creation and pen display. It also reduces friction between the fingers and palm, making it ideal for long-term use.

SmudgeGuard

SmudgeGuard is a partial glove designed to eliminate the hand friction that causes pencil and ink smudges on paper and tablet surfaces. It is made of a nylon and spandex fabric similar to swimwear and cycle wear that is durable and fits snugly to the hand. It also prevents the fingers from becoming too hot, which can lead to a fingertip burn when using a stylus for digital drawing.

It can be used for both left-handed and right-handed users and is interchangeable between hands. It also reduces the friction of sweaty hands on the Wacom surface and helps your hand glide more easily across the tablet screen.

The SmudgeGuard is available on the company website or at various online retailers, including Hammacher Schlemmer. It is slightly more expensive than the other digital art gloves on this list, but it offers long term benefits improving your workflow. Whether you are an illustrator, graphic artist or cartoonist, this drawing glove is well worth the investment!

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