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This is the place where you can personalize your profile!
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This DA account focuses on teaching the art of making your own pastels. Making Pastels can be a very simple process. So simple that many books cover the entire procedure in one to two pages of explanation. Many online sources discussing this topic are too simplistic to the point of confusion, with a few exceptions. As I said pastel making is simple, but it's pitfalls can be demoralizing. This blog will help mitigate some of the those major problems.
This will be a long, in-depth set of posts, covering many of the finer points of pastel making almost to the point of ad nauseam. But, this account will help the neophyte pastelist clarify key problems that can arise from this process. If you aren't interested in learning how to make pastels with the same level of zealotry, then I am sure a few simple tips can be gleaned for these upcoming posts. The end result will help you to create a personalized set of pastels, costing only a fraction of what you would pay in art stores.
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Note: This process might take a little while to get going, so "watch" it to see the posts as they roll out.