Artist's Drawing and Inspiration

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• Reference photographs.

• A3 sheet of Arches Watercolour Smooth 185gsm paper.

• Clutch pencils with 2H, HB and B leads.

• Eraser.

• Masonite backing board.

• Hand-rest board.

• Adjustable callipers.

• Micador Spray-on Fixative.

• Magnifying glasses (optional).

The beauty of drawing in graphite is that there is so little equipment needed. A piece of paper and just about any pencil is all that is necessary to get started. There is no mess from paint, water, turps or the like being spilt. To produce something better than just a sketch, it is just a matter

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