2010-05-15

long socks: priceless


I have no idea why but I tend to stick to the Wacom- literally. My skin and the Wacom surface seem to like each other a lot XD Am I the only one having a problem with it? (and no, I don't sweat on my forearm... smooth like a baby booty)


... I should try to reduce that.... :/ ... but honestly coffee+ milk= yum!

8 comments:

Katie Adams said...

I noticed my hand/arm started sticking to the tablet and actually lifted up the pad part. I think I'll have to try what you've done with the long socks.

Alice said...

I have just started trying to work with the mini-mini-mini wacom i have nad it's kinda driving me crazy... But once I start I get so passionate about getting it right that I can't stop!
How on Earth can it ever end badly for you? If it happens we'll make a boycotage (I am quite sure I spelled it wrongly)
:)

trenchmaker said...

@Katie 2,99 can be priceless ;)
I normally use cheap ones with lycra... those are like an arm condom and don't feel like actually having a sock on your arm XD

Zeitwolf said...

seriously everybody sweats from every pore all the time - even if you usually do not notice (but you will if you wear a rubber suit). Magnesium powder helps. but it will stick in the little gaps that modern WACOMs have...

I like those cups you have. are they from ikea?

C.C. said...

ha, diese stulpe hab ich zu weihnachten geschenkt bekommen xD ich find die herrlich!

Anda said...

How did you cut it? I tried to do the same thing but I can't manage to cut them for my fingers to stay as they should.. I messed up two socks until now :))

trenchmaker said...

@Anda upper part off (just so that your hand fits through and another hole for your thumb). Try those with Lycra :O Honestly, those are the best

Anda said...

ooh thanks for the tip! But what to do if my little finger still sticks to the pad, since it's not covered? *noes*