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Ah thank you! One more thought, if you are using a 2B or softer pencil for sketching, you could try using a HB or harder to reduce smudges.

Thanks for your kind comments. For portraits I tend to use Winsor and Newton Bristol Board which is 115lbs but very smooth. I use lots of layers and it takes them quite well, but if the tooth runs out I add a layer of workable fixative and then just add some more! Pencil marks erase quite well too and I use a Staedtler mars plastic eraser for that. I sometimes use a mineral spirit wash on the early layers to blend them and a final burnish, usually with white will hide a lot of pencil marks!

Thank you, Taino, for your comment. You are doing some great work. Just keep on drawing because with every piece we do, we learn something.

Thank you, my friend... What a nice comment! :)

Thank you very much about your kind opinion on my "Sun" painting. :) I am very glad that you think it looks like the Creation. I agree with you. I wish you all the best and keep up the good work! I am a big fan of you!

Thank you Taino! I Hope I have the "tools" to be communicative... We'll see! Thanks for the encouragement!!

Thank you very much for your comment on my first Mandala. Yeah, I agree with you about the colors, the next step is to color it. I think the indigo blue would be very cool :)

Thanks Taino for such kind comments on my Dune Grasses, and for becoming a fan . I'm honored. Your work is beautiful!!

Thanks a ton for becoming a fan... I need all the help I can muster. PS, really like your flower work, especially your 'Sunflower', and 'Yellow Rose'.

Thank you so much for your nice comment on my new drawing "Dolphins" :) you are very kind.

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