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Ink smudges from pen on side of hand. (READ FURTHER)?

Ink smudges from pen on side of hand. (READ FURTHER)? Topic: Exam writing paper
June 20, 2019 / By Malachy
Question: Hey. So I've recently been doing english exams and one of the things i've noticed that is happening quite frequently is that i've been having smudges on my hand while i've been writing the paper, this is obviously where the ink hasnt dried fast enough. what do you's think i should do to stop this? thanks
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Jerahmeel Jerahmeel | 10 days ago
Just put a piece of scrap paper under your hand it doesnt cost much and you just move it down the page as youre writing thats what i do when im using like chalk or oil pastel its a pain in the butt to get off!! Hope it helps =]
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Jerahmeel Originally Answered: Ink smudges from pen on side of hand. (READ FURTHER)?
Just put a piece of scrap paper under your hand it doesnt cost much and you just move it down the page as youre writing thats what i do when im using like chalk or oil pastel its a pain in the butt to get off!! Hope it helps =]
Jerahmeel Originally Answered: Ink smudges from pen on side of hand. (READ FURTHER)?
At an art supply store you can get ink powder. You apply it as you write, it comes in a pad, and it will dry your ink faster.

Gerald Gerald
At an art supply store you can get ink powder. You apply it as you write, it comes in a pad, and it will dry your ink faster.
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Gerald Originally Answered: Is there any point in drawing/illustrating by hand anymore?
There are plenty of people who still appreciate pen and ink work. Unfortunately, in business areas like comics, it's easier to ink and color digitally, because it is easier, cheaper, and you don't have to worry about scanners 'eating up' your colors. Most people who love pen and ink art are those who enjoy portraits, or maybe in architecture.
Gerald Originally Answered: Is there any point in drawing/illustrating by hand anymore?
That's like... Kindles and e-readers taking over traditional, paper, books. Traditional art will always be there. Digital is just easier, convenient, but just like when it comes to books, there will always be people will always enjoy the traditional way. Honstly, any real artist should be able to tell you that traditional stuff is appreciated and is good. It's not time wasted. I think most people begin with pencils and pens etc. As for the market, yes, it's still there for you traditional folks.

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