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  1. #11
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    Pencils and felt tip markers for me. I also like to use a tablet on my computer but I prefer hand drawn work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cmcraft View Post
    Recently got a calligraphy set...quite fun...
    I also took a calligraphy course! I learned to write using fudepen.

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    I use that kind of staff https://wowpencils.com/best-pastel-pencils/ . They are good for creating the illusion of smooth surfaces with suble gradients of color. That means they are good, generally speaking, for human faces in natural light and water surfaces with minimum reflections, as well as landscapes

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    Pencils, crayons and usually oil paints

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    I'm using a paper sheet and a pencil

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    Paint of course

  8. #17
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    I think colored pencils are good for drawing

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    I have complete supplies of any type of drawing.

  10. #19
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    I prefer oil pastel paintings. I use oil pastel colors to color the backgrounds and a glass marking pencil and a hb 8 or 10 p3ncil to draw the sketches. Take a look at some of my oil paintings below.
    Last edited by amycooper; 10-19-2020 at 06:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gallery Espace View Post
    Here are below all drawing essentials for beginners:

    Pencils
    Sketch Book
    Drawing surfaces
    Good Erasers
    Different types of sharpner.
    Art work storage
    Art material storage.

    Hope it helps.!
    I agree with your opinion.


 
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