View Full Version : Drawing Tables...Opinions..
02-18-2001, 06:01 PM
The Office Depot or Staples both carry a really nice drawing table with a chair or around 129 - 200. Depends on the size and quality...etc. The top of the table is adjustable for drawing. And some come with lighting, too.
If you have a table already, just cut a couple blocks of wood on a slant, then attach a piece of board or masonite..for a tilted surface.
"Everything is not art and Art is not everything, but it comes close."....carly
02-19-2001, 12:52 AM
I want to buy a drawing table so my animal drawings don`t lean and was wondering if a drawing table would help and has it improved your drawings?And is there an inexpensive ones you can make?
02-21-2001, 10:03 AM
Animal, I've recently come to the conclusion that I'd like a drafting table myself. However, the ones in the style I'd prefer are a bit out of my price range. Ideally, I'd like one with a split top, so part stays flat while the main portion slants. So I decided I'm going to do what Carly recommended, buy a regular table, then attach a smaller surface area with hinges. That way I can tilt it, supported on blocks, or lay it flat. Or, remove it altogether if I want. Can anyone see a problem with that idea?
03-04-2001, 07:33 PM
Thanks everybody for your comments. I have started working on a table and my drawings have improved. http://www.wetcanvas.com/ubb/smile.gif
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