About this artwork: Classification, Techniques & Styles
Paint using traditional pigments mixed with synthetic resins.
Drawing made using a large felt with its own ink source. The ink may or may not be indelible.
Drawing made with a colored stick. It consists of pigments, a charge and a binder. A distinction is made between dry pastels (soft or hard) and fatty pastels (oil or wax).
The stencil is a technique that allows you to reproduce a pattern using a pre-cut plate that is superimposed on the support.
Drawing is a technique of visual representation on a flat support. The term "drawing" designates both the action of drawing, the resulting graphic work, and the shape of any object. It is also a representation on a surface of the shape (and possibly the light and shadow values) of an object or figure, rather than their color. There are a large number of drawing techniques: “Linear drawing” represents objects by their outlines, edges and some characteristic lines; beyond this limit, the drawing develops by representing the volume by shadows, often by means of hatching, incorporates colors, and joins, without clear transition, the painting.