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The ballpoint pen is considered a fat technique, it comes to replace the nib as a writing tool. It has come to be used in the plastic arts for notes, sketches, and as a tool for professional work.
The charcoal allows the realization of a wide range of tones that range from the most subtle grays to the deepest blacks. Its dust is very unstable; This represents a great quality, it is very easy to manipulate and allows the realization of tonal gradients with a simple rubbing of the finger, cloth or blur.
Chalk is considered a dry technique, more drawing than pictorial. Although it is not monochrome, it uses a range of colors that are similar to each other. The technique includes the use of “hard pastel” type square section bars (Comté and Faber-Castell bars), pencils and leads of various mineral pigments, which, depending on their hue, are called sanguine, sepia and chalk.
When we draw with a pencil on a paper, what is happening is that the paper scratches the pencil, causing it to wear and leave small pieces stuck in the roughness of the paper. If it is too smooth then it does not paint or it paints very little. As if we try to draw on glass
are powdered pigments mixed with enough gum or resin to bind them together to form a dry and compact paste. this pastel is molded into the shape of a finger-sized stick that It is used directly on the surface to be worked (generally paper or wood). They are strong and opaque colors whose greatest difficulty is the adhesion of the pigment to the surface to be painted, which is why special atomized fixers (spray) are usually used at the end of the drawing.
When different techniques are used in the same support. It would be convenient to distinguish between “Pictorial Procedure” and “Pictorial Technique.” Pictorial procedure, the union of the elements that constitute the binder or adhesive, and the pigments. The way to apply this pictorial procedure is called “pictorial technique.”
Also called India ink, is generally liquid although it can also be a very solid stick that must be ground and diluted for use. It is used on paper and the most used ink colors are black and sepia, although many others are currently used.