Re: Ambidextrous print coating
It is hard- but think of the other benefits- your brain will develop more plasticity!
All the best,
On 2009-10-13, at 1:25 PM, Loris Medici wrote:
Will repeat Susan and say practice... (Maybe with less expensive sensitizers, though.) I had to learn to write and eat with my other hand when I broke the dominant one years ago. Man, you can't know how hard is to consume soup with the reverse hand until you're forced to! :) OTOH, if you can't manage to do it evenly with the reverse hand / brushes and don't mind the different look you'll get, then you can try coating by using glass rods / puddle pushers. I imagine it can be much easier than using a brush... I wish you a quick and full recovery BTW. Regards, Loris. 2009/10/13 Jeremy Moore <email@example.com>:... does anyone have any experience or suggestions on learning to coat ambidextrously? ...