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Who doesn’t love something that’s free? Today we bring to you a free download from one of The Artist’s Magazine’s most popular article series, Mediapedia, which is an encyclopedia of art media. The focus? How to draw with charcoal, graphite and Conté crayons.
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Koo Schadler takes you through the process of making homemade gesso and gesso panels. Included in her instructions are supply lists, a gesso recipe and instructions on how to apply gesso on wood or hardboard panels.
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