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Hi Patricia,

I don't have a lot of experience with this method but I'll be eagerly watching to see what others say - I discovered carbon dust during a workshop just a few years ago (after having never heard of it before) and was blown away - SUCH a unique and deliciously elegant technique… so perfect for rendering bone… 

I put a little post up on my blog of one of the pieces I finished shortly after taking the workshop:
http://www.iheartungulates.com/2012/07/carbon-dust-redux-phacochoerus-africanus.html

I just used a basic Strathmore drawing paper, which did impart a subtle patterned texture, but if I did another involved piece I'd look for something more smooth. I'm curious if anyone has brush suggestions as well?

Best of luck with your class, Patricia!

-Natalya


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On Jan 28, 2014, at 5:02 PM, Patricia Savage wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm going to teach a class in Carbon Dust this next year. It's been quite some time since I researched what kind of drafting films are out there, or even IF they are still being made. Do any of you have any experience with drafting films and Carbon Dust? Can you recommend some brands?
> 
> Thanks!
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