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Colored pencils

Transcript: Abby Cogliano Colored Pencils Getting The Wood Getting The wood Trees are chopped down, releasing Carbon Dioxide. These trees are transported to a mill in trucks that release Carbon Dioxide. First Second At The mill... The trees are dried, their bark is stripped, and the wood is cut into slats. This releases Ozone. Last The wood slats are now taken to a Crayola pencil factory. The transportation of the wooden slats, yet again, releases Carbon Dioxide. How The Lead Is Made Crayola colored pencils do not actually contain lead. First A chemical process using extenders, binders, pigments, and water makes a doughy like substance. this releases carbon dioxide. Next This dough is now rolled out, pressed into a cylindrical shape, and cut to size. This releases carbon dioxide. Last The lead is now dried in large ovens. This releases Carbon dioxide. Assembling The Pencil These pencils are assemble mostly by machine. First The lead is glued to the prepared wood slats. This releses ozone. Next These slats are bound and dried, releasing water vapor. Last These pencils are now painted and sharpened. This releases ozone. Packaging Some pencils aren't packaged in cardboard. Scope These pencils are packaged in cardboard boxes that, in making them, produce carbon dioxide and ozone. Resources These boxes of pencils are now shipped to stores. This produces carbon dioxide. Can we do this differently? To produce colored pencils in a better way, we could keep orchards close to factories so that we don't have to transport lumber. We could also makethem using less manual labor.

Colored Pencils

Transcript: You will pick a singular subject for your drawing. This subject must be complex in form - Do not try to be skimpy! Not this! Colored Pencil areas will remain on white paper. You will place 2 other surfaces on your drawing paper to create a unique textured look, and to use charcoal and graphite for these surfaces. THINK: What other drawing surfaces would look good for my charcoal and graphite "pieces" of drawing. Think this! Book Pages Recycled Bags Newspaper Tissue Paper Receipts Ticket Stubs Event Programs You paper should be no smaller than 16x20 You will use a collaboration of: Charcoal (20-25%) Graphite (20-25%) Colored Pencil (50 - 60%) Let's Practice! Hatching and Cross-Hatching Hatching Burnishing Layering Incising Pressure Incising Cross Hatching: Cross hatching is the cousin to hatching, but instead of parallel lines, you form intersecting lines (hence the name). This technique is ideal for creating shading and texture. To ensure that your cross hatching will appear clean and precise, make sure you’ve got a sharp point on your pencil. Pencil Pressure Oil or Alchohol Say it with me: Layer, layer, layer. This is the key to getting vibrant colors and realistic shading. Pick a subject that is colorful and textured! This subject must interest you! Your Project Challenge: You will create a multi-media, multi-surface drawing! Oil or Alcohol How colored pencils can be used for fine art! You will incorporate all of the medias we have mastered this quarter to collaborate a drawing on a multi-media surface. Incising or indenting is a technique that allows you to make very thin, white lines within dark values. So cool! Layering Oil or Alcohol: Rubbing alcohol or baby oil can alter the appearance of your colored pencils. With a cotton swab, soak it in either one of the materials and rub it on your drawing. The effect will smear and blend the pigment. Burnishing Colored Pencils Advanced Techniques (to Up your Art Game) Burnishing: One of the most defining characteristics of colored pencil art is its smooth, waxy finish. To achieve this, try burnishing—apply thin layers of color with the back-and-forth technique. Continue this process until the paper has a noticeable sheen. You can also use a tortillion to help in this process. The pressure is on! On your pencil, that is. And how much makes a huge difference: A lighter pencil pressure results in a lighter color, of course, while a heavier hand gives you a dark, saturated hue. We've been using colored pencils since elementary school. But artists know to use this media to create amazing artworks!

Colored pencils

Transcript: Scholastic Grade colored pencils Mechanical colored pencils are just colored lead refills for regular mechanical pencils. They come in only a few colors, but still exist. Colored pencils have been around since the 19th century. They were mainly used for checking & marking until the 20th century. In 1834, a German company, owned by Jonathan Sebastian Staedtler, invented oil pastel pencils. Once the 20th century hit the first art colored pencils were produced in 1924 by Caran d'Ache and Faber-Castell. Originally colored pencils were strictly used for marking papers in an office or wood for a carpenter. Now artists use them for many things all over the world, and create amazing things. Different types of colored pencils are used for different things. Like shading or simply coloring. They're used for standard drawing, sketching, coloring, and cartooning. History of Colored pencils Colored pencils weren't used for artistic use until around 1924. Before, they were used for children's use and marking papers and other things. Changes over the years Used today Mechanical colored pencils Now pencils can blend and layer, and erase. When the original colored pencils had very little pigment. CPSA Colored Pencils By: KIerra maroney Caran was a french cartoonist. He was born in Moscow, and died in Paris. His real name was Emmanuel. Caran d'Ache was a pseudonym. Caran d'Ache is a Russian term that means pencil. Artistic grade colored pencils have a higher pigment than scholastic grade colored pencils. Artistic grade Caran d'Ache The history of colored pencils is not well known. The pigment of scholastic grade colored pencils is lower than artistic grade. They're easier to erase and better for beginners. Their goal is to educate the "fine arts of colored pencils" They offer workshops and exhibitions to members. They teach drawing and painting techniques Colored Pencil Society Of America Types of colored pencils

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