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The paste is made of pigment color and a special binder. The role of the other can be wax, mineral oils or Arabian rubber. In stores, you can buy pastel in the form of pencils with no rims or painted colors. There are currently three types of pastels: dry, watercolor and oil. In more detail, we will look at the oil pastel, and how to use it in the drawing.


Oil pastel is similar to wax colors, which have enough softness. In addition, the colors are very saturated. Pastel trout nowadays are made in the form of small brushes with a round or square part. Waxes are distinguished by the presence of many pigments, high elasticity and elasticity. It should be noted that almost no oil of pastel dirt, after its application to the surface of the sheet metal is not required as an auxiliary fixing of varnish.


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Due to the dusty structure, crease and softness, the pastel can be smeared on the substrate. The color is lightly removed with a cloth, wool or a soft rubber. The pastel can be applied in several layers, allowing color mixing on the substrate itself and creating richness of tones. After painting or drawing, it is desirable to fix the pastel on the pepper fixing.


More recently, collections of oiled and wax-resin pastels are produced that do not require any fixation. They give more intense color but do not have the softness of a dry pastel. The basic difference is that oiled pastel looks like colored wax while a dry pastel is more like a loan. A fine pastel can not be achieved with a fine pastel, as with a dry pastel.

Pastel offers a wide variety of colors because it can be tinted, wiped and soluble in water. It can be used to achieve a wide spectrum of drawing effects, from clear lines to soft bumpy textures. It is very easy to use, while it is not the case with other techniques.


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Widely used soft pastels and similar colors. Masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, and Michelangelo used their sunnery in their works (Red Drawing Creeper – the color of blood or rust) and ink.