What are the tricks of painting?

Those who are going to paint for the first time should start with amateur papers. The weight of amateur papers is low, so they are cheap. Drawings on amateur papers do not give the desired result and become deformed. Amateur papers should be preferred for sketching.
Professionals will make their paper choices right. Grain-free and glued paper can be used according to the application areas. It is much more difficult to work on the surface texture on grainy papers. For charcoal studies, high grains without grains should be preferred. Paper weighing 160 grams is ideal.
Those who are going to draw with a pencil should prefer white paper. Those who will draw with ink should choose the tracing paper. Sketch paper should be used in preliminary studies. Those who want to reproduce their paintings should benefit from the tracing paper.

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