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I’d take a look at three things: The shape of the mountain peaks - could they be drawn with more natural lines and angles? They are all triangular in shape and about the same size (save for the one on the left). The strokes, especially in the grass. I once read an article that suggested treating brush strokes like characters in a story. If they’re ...


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Use a variety of colors. One of the best parts about oil pastels is that they come in many different hues, so you can use them to create any color imaginably! It’s important to have multiple shades on hand when working with this medium because if you use too much white or black, your painting will appear dull. Use a fixative spray to protect your work. Oil ...


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The first difference is the texture. Drawing paper is smoother than regular paper. Secondly, drawing paper is usually thicker which allows for a more consistent stroke when creating artwork. Drawing papers come in both cold-pressed and hot-pressed styles. Thickness ranges from 140lb to 300lb or 360gsm to 450gsm or sometimes even 800gsm though these are not ...


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