So I have been playing around with the TIG welder and I think I am getting pretty good at laying a bead. I started practicing by just making a puddle and then dragging it along in a "D" shaped pattern. Slowly but surely I started getting better (at least I think so) and finally worked my way up to adding some filler rod and laying some beads. So far I'm practicing on scraps of flat stock, no corners or anything like that. Have any tips for the beggining TIG welder? Have any fixes for shakey hands? It's almost like I need to take a chill pill before I start welding. I've tried different positions and using the torch with my left and right hand with limited success. What about grip on the torch? Would that make a difference? Right now I kind of hold it like a pencil. How would you practice your TIG welding? I.e. welding particular shapes or tubing or what? Thanks in advance.