Chapter 9 is about the bodily experience of drawing. Observation drawing requires so much attention that practitioners often report forgetting their own bodies. For this reason, people go to some length to ensure they are comfortable before they begin. Drawing tools (pens, pencils, brushes, charcoal, and so on) are experienced as an extension of one’s body and each tool extends one’s reach in a particular manner, influencing the nature of one’s connection to the subject as well as the drawing surface. Changing tools or changing the distance between the drawing person’s body and the drawing surface by attaching the tool to a long stick can foster new ways of seeing and drawing through disrupting embodied drawing habits. I describe the pleasure of choosing new drawing materials, noting how materials can suggest ideas for drawing. The chapter closes by describing the pleasure of drawing.