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If you want to break away from boring standard coloring book,
this oil pastel coloring book should be your main alternative
-* Wax crayons are harder and more brittle than oil pastels. They are cheaper but tend to be less vibrant. Like oil pastels they are quick and easy to use and crayon drawings do not need a fixative to protect them. They can be layered and scratched, and used to create a wax resist effect.
– An oil pastel is a painting and drawing medium formed into a stick which consists of pigment mixed with a binder mixture of non-drying oil and wax, in contrast to other pastel sticks which are made with a gum or methyl cellulose binder, and in contrast to wax crayons which are made without oil
– Crayons use wax and Oil pastels use non-drying oil and wax. … Oil pastels are very rich, soft and creamy. Hence, they are very easy to smear, blend in, layer, mix, shaded, all with the help of our finger. As opposed to that, crayons are harder and the two crayon colors don’t really mix together, very well.
– A cleaner medium than chalk pastels, but still softer and more blendable than either colored pencils or crayons, oil pastels are a great tool for both sketching and making finished pieces. Thinned with oil or solvents, they can also be used for painting.
– Oil pastel book for beginners
– Oil pastel book for kids
Publisher:Independently published (July 31, 2021)
Item Weight:6.2 ounces
Dimensions:8.5 x 0.11 x 11 inches