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Old 04-27-2016, 06:59 AM
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Wrist Palette

Seen on the palette Talk thread, isn't it neat?

A candidate for a 3D printed insert.

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Haven't been following the palette thread as I'm not a palette collector, but! I do like that that I have just seen this on fb - how cool!


Ideal for plein air sketching, a palette, pencil and waterbrush is all you need!

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Old 04-28-2016, 03:50 PM
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Re: Wrist Palette

Brilliant!
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Old 04-29-2016, 06:55 PM
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Re: Wrist Palette

What looks like one of those new electronic watches but has an "app" all its own? I agree it calls out for an insert to separate the colors and 3-D printing could make one in a few minutes. In fact it could print the whole thing. Eh... Hummmm.
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Re: Wrist Palette

It does not look as though it frees your hand up, given the position that it is mounted on the wrist. I wonder how it is easier to use than any number built like this Van Gogh palette below.


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Re: Wrist Palette

I use normal small palettes with a thumb ring. The wrist palette is a new idea which frees your hand to hold your sketch book.

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Re: Wrist Palette

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I use normal small palettes with a thumb ring. The wrist palette is a new idea which frees your hand to hold your sketch book.

Doug
If this is a home-made kind of thing, could you post some pictures of it, please.
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