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Hi! I am Charu.Watercolour is my passion. I am a self taught artist & love to paint Nature.Thanks for all like n encouragement.

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At 12:51pm on August 3, 2013, Mohan Kumar said…

Thank you so much Charu..........

At 10:23am on June 12, 2013, Manu Mathew said…
Thank you Charu!
At 10:03pm on June 6, 2013, sarath karunagama said…

thanks charu

At 3:41pm on June 6, 2013, sarath karunagama said…

many many thanks Charu

At 5:53am on June 6, 2013, sarath karunagama said…

Thanks Charu

At 10:44am on January 30, 2013, vinod shantaram more said…


Dear Charu

I cudnt c ur msg, as i was working fullscreen...

ur colors r really good. i wud suggest to put some more time on drawing. that will help u a lot... just as an exercise for do 5 pencil work before one color for few days, u will c the difference.

At 12:30pm on June 30, 2011, Prosenjit Roy said…
At 12:28pm on June 30, 2011, Prosenjit Roy said…
"what is the difference between oil pastel and crayons?"

Hi Charu, you'll of course get a more comprehensive answer if you google that phrase, but I'll try to explain from personal experience. A crayon is more waxy in nature i.e. the pigment particles are suspended in a waxy binder. The colors are less intense than with good quality oil pastels. There is a kind of crayons which I've used, which is water-soluble. Google 'watersoluble crayons' if you're interested.

Oil pastels are more oily in nature, that is the pigments are suspended in a non-drying oily medium (apart from fillers and stuff which provide bulk). There is also some wax binder but less than in crayons. They are different from 'pastels' (dry pastels) in that the former is powdery in nature, and the later has a oily/waxy feel.

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