Tuesday, August 2, 2011

A great use of NeoColor crayons

I first started using Neocolor pastels three years ago on a visit to southern Spain. They are oil crayons, but they are water-soluble, which offers lots of advantages in terms of pliability, variety of mark-making, and minimal mess. Students who have taken the Journal and Sketchbook class with Patty and me will be familiar with them.

I recently discovered someone called Helen Ferguson Crawford online (actually, via the new Google + social media service). She's an architect and artist living in Atlanta, I believe, and she posted an album of some beautiful drawings executed with neocolors:

A link to the full album is here.

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