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pencil

(pĕn-sĭl)
A material rolled into cylindrical form; may contain a caustic substance or a therapeutic paste or ointment.
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[17] Mao, X., Tsuji, K., Yamamoto, S., and Imamiya, A., "Colored pencil filter using LIC," in Proc.
* describe the characteristics and uses of graphite pencils, colored pencils, felt pens, markers, pastels, pressure graphics, foam board, and the papers and films used for both original and copied work
American Artist became interested in Stauber's work after seeing a slide of her award-winning piece from the Colored Pencil Society of America's Annual International Exhibition in 2003.
Hand out colored pencils for students to use for corrections and modifications to their work.
And for Pease, that medium, of course, is colored pencil.
One common misconception about colored pencil art is that it is not permanent.
After the designs are completed with the marker, color is added with colored pencil. Students need to color with short strokes filling in the areas completely.
The surfaces of his canvases are heavily worked and covered with loopy geometric patterning in colored pencil, which recalls the Bay Area's Dynaton movement of the early 1950s as well as Munch and van Gogh.
Figures and objects fuse in a mad, comic chaos, and crayon and colored pencil, childish and garish, seem to be the perverse mediums of choice.
This most creative entry, drawn with colored pencil, shows strong American women who made a difference, namely Rosa Parks, Sally Ride, Michelle Obama, Eleanor Roosevelt and Susan B.
Try using baby oil to soften the look of a colored pencil drawing.
Squat on the floor, from one vantage it's an open Gal Costa album copied in colored pencil on paper on cardboard.