What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Huion Artist Glove for Drawing Tablet (1 Unit of Free Size, Good for Right Hand or Left Hand) – Cura CR-01?

A total of 27 reviews of this product on Reddit.

13 points

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17th Nov 2020

Fingerless gloves are a thing. Been used artists for a long time. Not for glide. But to avoid accidental touches on captive touch devices. Such as touchscreens or drawing tablets.

https://www.amazon.com/Huion-Artist-Glove-Drawing-Tablet/dp/B00VTHAS00

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28th Nov 2020

I’ve tried moving away from it because of others saying “x” grip has more accuracy but my hand cramps too hard when using any other grip, my aim I’d say is above average. Using a drawing pen glove helps reduce friction on the mousepad if you wanna give it another shot.

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14th Oct 2020

If you do a lot of drawing, you can try one of the drawing gloves that cover part of the palm that touches the tablet. They’re normally used for drawing tablets and can help with the erroneous palm rejection.

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20th Dec 2018

If you dont wanna cut up a glove though you can always use those artist gloves so you can keep the glide without sticking onto the pad.

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27th Jul 2018

They make special gloves that cover the side of your hand and your pinky to prevent your hand from sticking. Alternatively, try cutting up an old glove leaving just the pinky and wrist part. Here’s one on amazon: Huion Artist Glove for Drawing Tablet (1 Unit of Free Size, Good for Right Hand or Left Hand) – Cura CR-01 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VTHAS00/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Wb2wBb5BF6F44

Edit: added link

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1st Mar 2017

I haven’t had a problem with it. They also sell gloves for that purpose. Ive written/drawn with my tab without the glove. My problem is using xodo the menu will pop up and I’ll accidentally hit it. But that is a rarity

Huion Artist Glove for Drawing Tablet (1 Unit of Free Size, Good for Right Hand or Left Hand) – Cura CR-01 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VTHAS00/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_qLWTybT4MTP1R

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28th Dec 2016

Also this is another good thing to get. I call it my gay glove cause all my friends make fun of me for wearing it outside of the house on accident, but it eliminates friction between your hand and the tablet for those smooth brushstrokes.

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9th Jun 2015

It’s rather hard to tell what you’re trying to ask. It sounds like you want a drawing glove with only two fingers? This one looks good, but you haven’t given any location for me to use in my search.

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2nd Jul 2021

Something like this! (https://www.amazon.com/Huion-Artist-Glove-Drawing-Tablet/dp/B00VTHAS00)

You can opt to try a matte skin for the Apple Pencil if you haven’t tried that out yet also. That might help with the grip ^^

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8th Sep 2016

I use these and I just cut the thumb and first two fingers off. Comes with 4 so if you accidentally lose one, you have more! I also saw this on Amazon if you want something a little fancier. Hope this helps!

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7th Jan 2018

I’d be happy to elaborate. So… I have two recommendations for types of gloves: the SUPER cheap do it yourself ($2) — and the reasonably cheap ($8-$13).

The super cheap are literally just a pair of cotton gloves that you can buy from almost any pharmacy. You simply cut off the thumb, index, and middle finger like this: https://imgur.com/a/GDSDN – I like these best for Wacom tablets because… they work! Unfortunately, even though the area is covered, touchscreens may still pick knuckles up.

For touchscreen devices like the Microsoft Surface, Wacom Cintiq, etc. I like the cheap gloves. You can find them on Amazon. Here’s one example: https://www.amazon.com/Huion-Artist-Glove-Drawing-Tablet/dp/B00VTHAS00/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1515366743&sr=8-3&keywords=drawing+glove

If you go on Amazon, search for “drawing gloves,” “artist gloves,” or “anti-fouling gloves.” I’m sure you’ll find something accommodating.

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22nd Nov 2021

I assume you’re talking about this? Not sure if they have a proper name but just google “drawing gloves” and you’ll find a bunch of results.

As for other recommendations, here’s a few typical ones:

  • a tablet cover, basically a protective layer on top of the tablet. Two main places to buy table covers: foxbox and yangu. You’ll need to know the model of his drawing tablet and pick out a nice image. Only works if he doesn’t already have a tablet cover though! They’re not meant to be swappable and are quite difficult to remove once applied
  • osu!supporter, gives various perks in game. Again, he might have this already
  • there’s also some merch you could get him, if that’s his thing
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28th Oct 2021

First, Clean your controller off periodically, as other have said.

However, I also sympathize as I have whole body hyperhidrosis. I suggest getting cheap fingerless cotton liner gloves to start, and if they interfere with your use of your track pads or such, try buying a multipack of “artist drawing tablet” gloves, which cover half your palm, but leave the thumb, index, and middle finger exposed.

Artist gloves I’ve tried at this link.
I don’t particularly enjoy the feel of them, or gloves generally, but they make a big difference by not interrupting my flow by wiping my hands on a cloth every minute.

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21st Jun 2021

something like this might help

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3rd May 2021
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22nd Nov 2020

As I said, it’s the palm rejection. Get an artist glove, your problems will disappear.

https://www.amazon.com/Huion-Artist-Glove-Drawing-Tablet/dp/B00VTHAS00

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8th Oct 2020

A quick search of “digital art glove” on Amazon will get you a decent variety of brands to choose from. I got Huion’s branded glove: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VTHAS00/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fab_8gMFFbA7W4RQE

An alternative brand is the DokiWear artist glove: http://www.dokiwear.com/ I haven’t personally used these yet, but they look very promising.

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7th Jan 2019

Get a tablet glove (like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Huion-Artist-Glove-Drawing-Tablet/dp/B00VTHAS00). Even if you sweat with one of these on, you won’t stick to your anymore.

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7th Jan 2019

Get a tablet glove (like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Huion-Artist-Glove-Drawing-Tablet/dp/B00VTHAS00). Even if you sweat with one of these on, you won’t stick to your anymore.

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26th Jul 2017

I’ve used this one daily for almost 2 years. There are zero bells and whistles, zero style, but I love it. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VTHAS00/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_3j.Dzb03BR7S9

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6th Dec 2016
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11th Feb 2016

I use this one. If you end up getting it, buy a size up.