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  • 1. Using charcoal to create form and value
  • 2. Edgar Degas 1834-1927 Made many charcoal studies of ballet dancers. The medium lends itself for quick studies because Images can be easily wiped out and redrawn.
  • 3. Kathe Kollwitz- charcoal self-portraits
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  • 5. Each of these drawing were made Using additive and subtractive Techniques.
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  • 10. Light was created by erasing areas and letting the white the paper show through.
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