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    Quote Originally Posted by kayness View Post
    how does one keep the graphite from smudging onto hands and thus the rest of the drawing? while working, I mean.

    EDIT: Ok I just found an answer to my own question - a mahl stick. (wow, never heard of that before!)
    I'm not sure what you mean by "advanced" graphite drawings, but it might be reasonable to use fixative spray from time to time if you're doing tightly rendered, lengthy drawings.
    I'm not sure if it's legit (why not), but it did the trick for me a few times.


    and some thin cotton gloves/mittens to avoid skin smudges.
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    I don't see the 'weird white spots'

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    Here's one by another classmate (Anthony Baus):

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    We just had our exhibition, it's so inspiring see all the works, truly remarkable stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlameDragon View Post
    Here's one by another classmate (Anthony Baus):

    We just had our exhibition, it's so inspiring see all the works, truly remarkable stuff.
    that's just mindblowing!
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