Originally Posted by vanity
What kind of brush and what support did you use?
Well I used a teeth brush ( the one we use to wash our teeth :P, oh my vocabulary... :P hahahaha), brushes of oil painting, and a tooth I used for clean my ortodonce.
But I think the problem is the paper, it has too much tooth, the colors get very intense indeed, but you can breake your fingers, hand, arm and neck pressing very stroong to get out the tooth. And I donīt want to get a lesion on my "human drawing tool".
So I think I should use a smoother paper witth less tooth, I hace seen some on my art store, I had listen that Mi teintes work, but what side of?
I had saw some very smooth paper for aquarelle in a bloc of 10 sheets, and a one that was a little smoother than what I use.
The one I use is from a spanish trademark called "Guarro"
It is supposed to be used with graphit pencil and charcoal and well for graphite pencil I think it's the best. The name of the paper is "Grafito", Graphit in english, so it's for graphit pencil.
It is the first paper that worked for my portraits in CP, because vefore I used the normal A-4 paper and sketch paper, but they didnīt work as scholar pencils didnīt work too because they were mate, not brilliant.
So maybe I will buy Mi-teintes, after getting the answer of which side I have to use.
So well thank you for you help!!