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I've tried spraying skim milk to fix charcoal and graphite drawings. I like the idea because skim milk does not contain potentially harmful solvents present in most commercial fixatives. The drawback is that it dries very slowly and one can easily soak and ruin a drawing. Perhaps if I watered down this milk glue to a suitable viscosity I might get the best of both worlds. What do you think?
Excellent, worthy of a treatise on surgery.
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Introduction to Mold Making & Casting
Mold Making & Casting Class
Quill Pen & Ink