The Fanciest of Pastels (Sketchbook Sunday!)

Hi friends, today for sketchbook Sunday I am breaking out my new fancy Sennelier oil pastels!

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These oil pastels were so fun to use and I can’t wait to play with them on a larger paper. What supplies are you currently excited about?

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  1. Your drawing is awesome! I can’t wait to see more of them!
    I have a small box of Sennelier oil pastels I bought when I had a coupon but I never dared to use them yet … I might smear half an inch off of one of them with the first swipe! My idea was to save them “until I’m good enough”. That may never happen!
    But watching how happy you were with them made ME feel happy so I guess I’ll give it a go. I have three brands: a cheaper brand called Jaxon, the Caran d’Ache I bought AGES ago when they were affordable and now a handful of Sennelier. Do you think I can layer them, the harder ones first and the Sennelier on top? That might mean buying white and cream from Sennelier should be a good idea.
    Does it need fixative?

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  2. Excellent! I like your crafting so much!

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  3. This is awesome

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