Esquise For Gravity
Part 1Supplies required
- Find the right stone. The type of stone you need will depend on the level of your skill and future drawing.
- For newcomers, the best way is to get stones with a flat surface that can be found on the bottom of the river.
- The softer sedimentary species (peacher, limestone and argilla) is easier to drill.
- Pay attention to the stones when you're on the beach, in the garden, etc. or just buy stones for gravitating in the nearest store of hobby and creativity.
- Get an electric graver or a brace. Cousin toothyl and hammer may also be used for gravity, but the electrical graver will greatly facilitate the process.
- Choose a graver or a tarp with support for the replacement of the tip.
- A superficial tip fits to gravitate more soft rocks like a sandman, limestone or agillite. Diamond tips should be used for harder stones and glass.
- Grave tips vary in shape and width. A standard, complete, hard-core end would be suitable for a simple image. Over time, you will be able to complicate your drawings with a cone tip that will allow for more detailed lines, as well as a cylindrical tip to create shadows and volumes.
- An electric graver or a tarp can be bought at a construction store, a hobby and creativity store or on the Internet.
- Water pencil, marker or trafarette. By putting on the stone of future drawings, or by creating a trafar, you can avoid many mistakes in the grammar.
- To carry the painting to the rock, it is possible to use flash pencils or markers.
- A carton or acetate film will be suitable to create a simple trafaret. knife to cut♪
- Blade wax and latex can be used as additional material for the stone.
- Use protective glasses. You'll have to use protective glasses during gravity. There are small particles and dusts in the air that are dangerous to the eye.
- Prepare the water tank. Prepare a water tank so that it can be loaded with a stone. So you'll be able to cool and clean the stone in the gravity process.