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- Pastel is basically a pigment presented in a stick form and held together by an extremely weak binding medium that is ineffective once the pastel has been applied The pigment relies on being embedded in the surface of the ground and on static and frictional forces to keep it in place In the pastel technique, light is reflected from the surface of the pigment and therefore offers a bright, but light, colour value Pastels are essentially a drawing medium In pastel painting, the colour is rubbed, blended smeared and scraped back in various ways that resemble true painting, or it can be applied from the pastel stick in lines and blocked areas Pastels are often employed in mixed media techniques in conjunction with drawing and painting materials The term also refers to a work of art in pastel, and a light and subdued shade of a colour. any of various pale or light colors. lacking in body or vigor; 'faded pastel charms of the naive music'. delicate and pale in color; 'pastel pink'.
- Dry pigment mixed with bum and fixative used in stick form for drawing also a soft, pale shade or any work of art made with pastels.
- Pigments mixed with gum and pressed into a stick for use as crayons Work of art done with such pigments are referred to as pastels It comes in a stick form and consists of dry pigment that is bound with gum.
- Technique of painting using sticks, called pastels, made of dry powdered pigments mixed with a small amount of gum They are used on paper or fine textured canvas. [Spanish] cake; pie.
- Pure pigments ground into a paste with a dash of gum binder, which is then rolled and dried into stick form Pastels are not chalk, and will not fade, yellow, crack or blister with time or exposure to light.
- A chalklike stick that is of a color having a soft, subdued shade used for drawing. a crayon made from pigment mixed with gum and water and pressed into a stick-shaped form A work of art created from these crayons is also called a pastel Pastel can also indicate a pale color.
- Pale or light color.
- A soft chalk made of pigments, water and a binder, blended into a stiff paste and dried.
- A combination of pure pigment and binder forming permanent colored sticks; noted for colors which go from soft to brilliant When the ground is completely covered with pigment, the work is considered a pastel painting; leaving much of the ground exposed produces a pastel sketch. fine arts, illustration - One of the purest forms of colored pigment application Essentially created in the past 200 years, pastels are crayon like sticks of varying hardness Essentially, pastels are pigment sticks with little binder It is because of this that the color retention of pastel drawing remain over many years Often a fixative is required to insure pastel drawings maintain over the years as the low binder content means this painting/drawing medium is quite fragile.
- A drawing made by rubbing colored chalks on paper. a light, pale tint of color.
- A light, soft color.
- A color to which a lot of white has been added to make it very light in value.
- Pastel drawing. in crayon.
- pastel. pastel crayon.
- A plant affording a blue dye; the woad ; also, the dye itself. any of various pale or light colors delicate and pale in color; 'pastel pink' lacking in body or vigor; 'faded pastel charms of the naive music'.
- A crayon made of a paste composed of a color ground with gum water.