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Lesson Plans


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Deborah Gilbert (dngart)
Sun, 25 Jan 1998 08:30:45 -0700

> Since the "mouse" was not designed
>for artists, I would have them render their drawings off the computer,
>and then have them shoot them. Although it might be fun, the
>insensitivity of a "mouse" to human movement is enough to make your hair
>stand on end. It's a waste of valuable learning time to fiddle with a
>mouse for free-hand drawing; maybe mechanical -

that's why you should check into a Wacom Tablet and Stylus for the
computer. It is a pressure sensitive tablet that is hooked to your
computer and when drawn on with the stylus, acts like a pencil and
paper..fabulous invention!!!


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