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Conté Sticks, crayons, and pencils

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Conté sticks, crayons, and pencils are natural pigments. Conté sticks are also known as carré sticks, they are hard chalks and (or) pastels and can be ideal for making colored sketches. Some popular colors are black, white, grey, brown, and a rust color. they work the best on colored paper. While pencils are best for lines the conté sticks are best used to block in large areas of tone. conté sticks can be easily smudged and blended but are vary hard to erase. conté pencils come in the colors black, white, sepia, sanguine, terra- cotta, and bistre. The conté pencils that are most recommended for artist are traditional graphite pencils. There are some pencils that have a wax content that cannot be used without fixing first, while there are others that are Chalker and need fixative protection. Conté crayons are made from a natural blend of pigments, kaolin clay, and graphite. these crayons have been used by many of the world's greatest artists. Conté crayons are mainly used for sketching or outlining.


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