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Doing Digital Art When You Can’t Use Your Hand?

November 4th, 2010 11:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Sludge writes “A good friend of mine who is a digital artist was recently involved in a house fire in which he suffered third degree burns to his ‘art hand’ which have made him unable to handle a mouse or a stylus for the coming months. If you or anyone near you has lost the ability to do something you love due to a physical injury, you know how painful and frustrating it can be. I need help discovering alternative software and input devices he can use while he recovers the ability to use his hand. The programs he uses most are 3dsmax, Z-Brush and Photoshop and he is used to working with a Wacom stylus. What expressive art tools are available that deemphasize precision work with your coordinated hand?”

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