A crayon is a stick of colored wax, charcoal, chalk,
or other material used for writing and drawing. A crayon made of
oiled chalk is called an oil pastel; when made of pigment with a
dry binder, it is simply a pastel.
Wax crayons are commonly used for drawing and coloring
by children, although adult artists have occasionally (though not
commonly, for one reason because of the difficulty in mixing colours)
produced works in crayon. They are relatively easy to work with,
blunt (removing any risk from sharp points), non-toxic, and available
in a wide variety of colors. The world's largest manufacturer of
wax crayons is Binney & Smith Inc., the manufacturer of Crayola®
Crayola® brand crayons' boxes sometimes come
with a built-in sharpener.
The paintings are the excellent portrayal of the events and scenes
that we see around us. The painters are the best cameras of the
world. They reproduce many different types of pictures. They even
draw imaginary pictures that do not exist in this world. We tend
to use both thinned oil paints and dense oil paints. Masterpieces
can be dyed more than once, but each time it may be different from
the existing paintings.
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