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Stylus Pen

Updated: Mar 4, 2021


Since I first started college, I see myself using a stylus almost on a daily bases. At first, it felt great to be able to just do digital drawing without the hassle of the mouse (don't get me wrong, there are amazing artists out there that use mouse), but the more I used it, the more I realized that I had to keep fixing the pen on my hands so my fingers would hit the buttons.

Once I was done with college and a friend gave me this old Wacom tablet, I decided I didn't want to spend the rest of my life rotation the pen back into position and for that I would need to start printing my modifications for the stylus.


The first step for me was to draw out all the parts, being as precise as possible (this also served as exercise for technical drawing). I probably went a little overboard with this part, sketching out every nook and cranny I could find.

I currently own 4 different stylus for 4 different hardware, two of them being Wacom,for a monitor and a tablet, a Xp Pen for monitor and one for a tinny Huey drawing tablet (my first one, helped me a lot when all the college computers were being used), and I plan to modify all of them.


I'm not over yet with this project. I just recently got a 3D printer, and will soon start creating the modifications that I want to try.


 

Software

  • 3Ds Max (Modeling and Rendering)

  • Arnold (Render)

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