Random screen marks when drawing! Glove?

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  1. hannahHinchman

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    Hello, creatives...I'm spending a lot of time doing art on my iPad2, and because my most natural drawing position involves resting my hand on the screen, I'm constantly making unwanted marks. Have partially solved this by cutting down a glove so that it extends from the tip of my little finger down to my wrist, with all the other fingers and the palm removed. Has anyone else found a better way, or the perfect glove, or some other magic solution? Let's solve this annoyance! Might be a cool product in there, too.
    Thanks! Hannah
     
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    Many folks use a stylus. Some are designed specifically for sketching.

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    Yep, I do use a stylus, but haven't tried an iFaraday. I have ordered the iJot. Still, the problem of the hand resting on the screen is not solved, especially when holding a stylus. Would be lovely if an art app could be designed to "not recognize" a contact larger than a stylus tip.
    Have learned an enormous amount just browsing these forums. A great thing.
     
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    it is important for us to choose one perfect stylus.
     
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    Which stylus you use for drawing??

    for your information, app with palm rejection is starting to surface. I just bought Pen Ultimate the other day. Now I can draw and write naturally using my XStylus Touch with my palm leaning on the iPad screen.

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    what is your requirement of a perfect stylus?

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    Elton, thank you, that's very exciting! What I've noticed is that though my iJot really helps with accuracy, my screen sometimes does not pick up a "soft" mark made with it. Whereas my rubber tip stylus must be more recognizable to the screen, because every mark registers. So ideally the tip would be small, but with slightly more "give".
     
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    And what is pen ultimate?
     
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    So where do I buy this baby? I'm really interested! I've been looking for a stylus and I was about to buy a Bamboo Stylus... I need one ASAP!!!
     
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    Just thought I would add my two cents: I bought one right after it was introduced and am very happy with it. I use it every day.
     
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