Easel for drawing?

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    Linn Hansson
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    Hi there,
    As I’ve mentioned before I have some back problems which has forced me to slow down on my drawing time which is already limited due to my one year old daughter. So far I’ve had my drawing table cramped in a corner of my living room. It is a small antique desk with a tilted drawing table on top of it. I like it, but I would like to be able to vary my pose and stand up while drawing some times. I’m moving to a larger flat next month which will give me slightly more space to use for my drawing stuff. I have been thinking of buying an easel, but I am not really sure if that would be suitable, or which would be. I only have a limited amount of art stores to chose from since importing easels are pretty damn expensive and my budget is rather limited while being home from work. Would something like this be okay to use to draw on? If yes, which one would be the best model and if no – is there another kind of easel to look for? Somehow America has so much more convenient art materials than what is imported to Sweden. When I get rich I’ll open an art store, specialising on art materials no one else here will sell! 😉

    https://www.in-exfarg.se/malartillbehor/stafflier-mm/mabef-studiostaffli-m13

    https://www.in-exfarg.se/malartillbehor/stafflier-mm/mabef-ateljestaffli-m09

    #17128
    Matthew
    Keymaster

    Hi Linn,

    I have some recommendations in this week’s podcast.

    Hope all is well.

    Matt

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