I just started working with acrylic and ran into my first technical issue.
Having covered a masonite panel with black gesso, I drew a rough version of what I will be painting over the gesso in white conte crayon. I wanted to seal it with something that would protect the drawing from getting smeared, etc. while I worked on it, so I tried putting a layer of Golden's satin acrylic glaze over it.
To my surprise, the glaze seemed to melt the crayon, and by the time it had dried, there was nothing left of the original drawing.
Anyone have a suggestion as to how I could seal the drawing in such a way that the drawing is still there
when I'm done? Do I need to be using a different medium to make the drawing? (I usually draw in graphite, but it don't show up too well on a black background