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 Difference Between Oil & Chalk Pastels?

Answer Using chalk instead of oil pastels (and vice versa) can completely change the look and feel of a piece of art. Artists used chalk pastels well before they discovered the oil pastels, which opened u... Read More »
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Are chalk and dust cravings normal while pregnant and is it safe to eat chalk?

Cravings for non-food things (chalk, dirt, tin foil, that sort of thing) is called Pica. It can occur from a nutritional deficiency, and for other reasons.You should contact your doctor or midwife ... Read More »
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How to Use Pastels?

Pastels are pigments mixed with a binder. Traditionally chalk was used as a binder, but today other materials are also used. Pastels allow you to layer and blend vibrant colors to create a soft loo... Read More »
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How to Blend Oil Pastels?

Oil pastels offer a unique medium for your artwork, however the perfect orange for your sunset may not be in the box.
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Who invented oil pastels?

Oil pastels were invented in 1921 by Kanae Yamamoto, a Japanese artist working for the Sakura Crayon Company. These pastels, known as Cray-Pas, were designed for children. Henri Sennelier invented ... Read More »
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