OIL PASTEL

Material : natural wax, maintenance of synthesis, pigment

manufacturing method

① Mixing : Mix materials such as wax and pigment and knead using Laura.
② Molding : Put the mixed pigment into molding machine frame and take out hexagon, circle, etc.
③ Bracing : Wrap paper so that oil-pastel does get in your hands.
④ Packing : Pack in 18 colors or 24 colors of plastic or paper case.

What is good Oil-pastel?

① Safety : The raw materials should be harmless to the human body and non-toxic.

    European 「CE」, American 「AP」, Korea 「검」 mark.

② Color : The color should be bright and clear. Mixed colors should be good.
③ Ingredients : When painting, it should be scratched and painted softly.
④ Strength : When children painting should not be broken.
⑤ Bleaching : There should be no whitening phenomenon where the surface turns white even after

    several months.

How to use

① Mixture : Apply a dark color and then a bright color on it. It rubs two colors with your fingers to

    make an effect.
② Scratching : Apply bright color to the background. I painted black on it and scratched it with a sharp

    tip of pen
③ Watercolor technique : Draw a sketch with oil-pastel and then paint with watercolor on it.

    The part of the paste gives the effect of repelling the paint.

ETC

① Origin of Oil-pastel
Oil-pastel are made to improve the paint.  


② The difference between OIL-PASTEL and CRAYON
Crayons are a mixture of paraffin wax with pigments, which is a raw materials for candles, and it is

harder and less dregs than Oil-pastel. It is suitable for infants and children who learn the first picture

because they are used to draw lines or narrow sides and do not touch their hands.

Oil-pastel has more oil wax ingredients than crayons, so it is painted soft and bold.

It is suitable for painting a large surface with some scum. It's necessary to wash your hands after use.

③ If a child sucks or eats oil-pastel.
Oil-pastel, crayon are basically made to be non-toxic material because oil-pastel, crayon are used by

children. Therefore, when they sucking or eating a small amount, It's harmless to human body.

But, since it's not a food, it should not be eaten intentionally. If it is eaten in large quantities or when

it is appealing to a child, it is desirable to have a doctor.

④ Non-toxic label 
At present, many products made by Korea and abroad are non-toxic. The non-toxic label is a translation

of Non toxic in English, which indicates that it is  harmless to the human body even when ingested.

All oil-pastel marketed in Korea are obliged to carry out heavy metal inspections from 2005 and 

to display the inspection marks. Heavy metals are very small in air and food. The non-toxic label is an

indication that the heavy metal substance is below the standard value.

⑤ CE mark
CE (Conformitee Europeenne) is a mark that affixes products that meet the European standards

(Toys, Textiles EN71-Part 3) for health and safety environment in Europe.

The content of heavy metals should be below the standard value.

⑥ AP mark
A mark attached by the AP (Art and Creative Material Institute) in the United Stated on art materials

safe for children to use. The product should be non toxic and safe to the human body even when

ingested. ACMI allows AP certified products to attach Non Toxic marks.

WATER COLORS

Material : glycerin, Maintenance of synthesis, water, pigment

Manufacturing method

① Rolling : The pigment is ground and kneaded into fine particles.

② Blending : Place raw materials in a mixing bowl and mix.

③ Aging : The ingredients are aged in the shade.

​④ Filling : Put the paint into tube and close the cap.

What is good watercolors?

① Safety : Made of non-toxic materials and sucked or ingested

    There should be no harm to the human body.

② Color : The color should be bright and clear.

③ Separation : There should be no separation between water and

     pigment.

​④ Solidification : The paints should not dry or harden before use.

PENCIL SHARPNER

History

It is inevitable to sharpen a pencil as it is invented and started to be used.

Feeling the inconvenience and danger of sharpening with a knife, they began to need a tool that would allow them to sharpen their pencils more

conveniently. In 1884 W.E.Sibley invented the first practical pencil sharpener.

It was right pencil sharpener to grind rather than sharpen pencil as above.

Since then, the pencil sharpener was invented by many people, but the 

pencil grinding mechanism was applied as above.

In 1897, John Lee Love invented the same type of pencil sharpener.

This pencil sharpener was a way to sharpen the pencil and turn the pencil.

So the real inventor of the pencil sharpener sees John Lee Love.

Later, the pencil sharpeners were invented in various forms,

but in 1910, the Chicago pencil sharpener company created

two pencil sharpeners that had two blades.

(held spirally on a single column)

The invention of the pencil sharpener ended when the pencil

sharpener was invented.

Blade

The life of a pencil sharpener is how long a blade can be used. Domestic KS standards stipulate

more the 5000 users. The sharp pencil sharpener is a blade made of special steel of the highest

strength and can be purchased during elementary school entrance and used for a long time until

graduation.

How to use

When you sharpen colored pencils or 4B pencils, the pencil sharpener may get stuck.

In this case, it is necessary to turn the blade part and pull out the shim in between. If you use a

poor quality imported pencil, the core has a lot of stone powder can shorten the life of the blade,

or eccentricity can occur if the pencil lead is biased.

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