Spray Fixative?

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Fixative is a product similar to spray paint or varnish that is applied over a finished piece of artwork to protect it from smudges or smearing. To spray fixative, stand approximately 3 to 4 feet away from the artwork you wish to fix. Use a slow but steady side to side motion to spray the fixative to the artwork. Allow it to dry completely before moving it.
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1. Apply matte fixatives to finished drawings. Shake can vigorously for one to two minutes to mix the chemicals thoroughly. Place artwork over a newspaper and hold can 10 to 12 inches
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it is a hair spray for hard-to hold hair.
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Spray fixative is one of those topics (like Mac vs PC vs Linux) guaranteed to provoke debate. It does change the look of a drawing, so you need to take that into account when you
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Let's be clear, I believe. pastel. should be fixed as otherwise there's not much holding it to the paper. Think about what a pastel is made from - pigment. with very little binder
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