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    How to differentiate between all drawing tools?

    How to differentiate between all drawing tools?

    Drawing is an artistic activity that has existed for centuries, and today, thanks to technology, there are numerous drawing tools available for artists and art enthusiasts. However, with so many options available, it can be challenging to figure out which drawing tool to use to achieve the desired effect. In this article, we will explore all the existing drawing tools and describe their usefulness and what sets them apart from others. You will also discover a unique solution that combines paper drawing with digital art: the Repaper graphic tablet.

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    The simplicity of pencil and paper, the power of a graphic tablet

    Pencils

    Pencils are one of the most common and popular drawing tools. They are used for drawing, sketching, and shading. Pencils come in a variety of hardness levels, from the softest (9B) to the hardest (9H). Softer pencils create darker and thicker lines, while harder pencils create lighter and finer lines. Pencils are also very easy to erase, making them perfect for sketches and preliminary drawings.

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    Colored Pencils

    Colored pencils are wooden pencils with a pigment and binder-based colored lead. They are used to create colorful and vibrant drawings and can be used on a variety of surfaces, including paper, cardboard, and wood. Colored pencils come in a range of colors and shades and can be blended to create gradient effects.

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    Charcoal

    Charcoal is a traditional drawing tool that has been used for centuries. It is made from burnt willow branches and is available in various hardness levels and forms. Charcoal is often used to create darker and more dramatic drawings and is perfect for portrait and landscape drawings.

    Chalk

    Chalk is a dry drawing tool made from calcium carbonate. It comes in a variety of colors and shades and is often used to create street art or murals. Chalk is easily erasable and can be blended with water to create gradient effects.

    Ink Pens

    Ink pens are a popular drawing tool for artists who prefer clean and precise lines. Ink pens are available in a variety of tip sizes, from fine to thick, and can be used on various surfaces, including paper and cardboard. Ink pens are often used to create comic book illustrations and detailed sketches.

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    Brushes

    Brushes are a wet drawing tool used to create watercolor paintings and oil paintings. Brushes come in various sizes and shapes and can be used to create soft and fluid colors or stronger and more intense colors. Brushes are also very versatile and can be used to create a variety of textures and painting effects.

    Markers

    Markers are felt-based drawing tools often used to create bold and colorful drawings. Markers come in various sizes and colors and can be used on a variety of surfaces, including paper, cardboard, and plastic. Markers are often used to create comic book drawings, children's book illustrations, and design sketches.

    Graphic Tablets

    Graphic tablets are a digital drawing tool that allows artists to draw directly on a screen. Graphic tablets are often used by digital artists and illustrators to create drawings, paintings, and illustrations on a computer. Graphic tablets come in various sizes and brands and are often accompanied by a stylus for precise drawing. A unique solution exists: the Repaper graphic tablet. It allows you to combine the power of a graphic tablet with the authentic feel of traditional drawing tools such as pencils, markers, pens, etc. Thanks to its magnetic ring, Repaper Ring, which you slide onto your tool, your paper drawings are digitized in real-time on your tablet, smartphone, or PC. What's great is that you can then take advantage of the digital power to edit your creations!

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    In conclusion, there are numerous drawing tools available for artists and art enthusiasts, each with its own advantages and uses. Pencils and colored pencils are traditional drawing tools that are often used for realistic drawings, while charcoal and chalk are more dramatic drawing tools that are frequently used for portrait and landscape drawings. Ink pens and markers are modern drawing tools that are commonly used to create comic drawings and illustrations, while brushes are a wet drawing tool that allows for watercolor and oil paintings. Finally, graphic tablets are digital drawing tools that enable drawing directly on a computer screen. By using these different tools in a creative and innovative manner, artists can create unique and magnificent artworks that capture the imagination and emotions of viewers.

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