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The Dotspen will save your wrist from stippling stress

If you enjoy drawing, you’ve likely messed with different methods to shape the image in your mind onto the page. You can use hatching, shading, stippling, and a myriad of other movements to get the desired effect, but all options are going to be hard on your wrists. If you especially love the stippling effect, then you know how annoying it is to have to take breaks so there aren’t...
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