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You get a different look with a blender pen. You get a different look with an aquabrush. They're both lovely, and they might be what you're looking for. However, if it's colored pencils and odorless mineral spirits you're trying, blending stumps are required.
A tortillon (The French name for /trtijn/. or blending stump) is a cylindrical drawing tool, tapered at the end and usually made of rolled paper, used by artists to smudge or blend marks made with charcoal, Conté crayon, pencil or other drawing utensils.
To make a tortillon, start by measuring 1 inch down the side of a piece of copy paper and marking it with a pencil. Flip the paper and mark it the same way on the other side, then connect the 2 marks with a straight line. Next, use scissors to cut along the line so you end up with 2 identical pieces of paper.
The difference is a blending stump is often too bulky to blend very fine detailed areas where a tortillion with its pointy tip can get in there and make a difference. The stumps are great for larger areas and blend very smoothly, You can clean them using a piece of sandpaper.
A blending stump or paper stump is a stick of tightly rolled up soft paper with 2 pointed ends. They're also made of rolled paper, however, due to the pointier tip, they are able to blend even tighter spaces where a high level of precision is required. The tip can collapse when too much pressure is used.
A blending stump is similar to a tortillon but is longer, more tightly wrapped, and pointed at both ends. Tortillons produce slightly different textures than stumps when blending, and they also are hollow, as opposed to stumps being solid.
A tortillon (The French name for /trtijn/. or blending stump) is a cylindrical drawing tool, tapered at the end and usually made of rolled paper, used by artists to smudge or blend marks made with charcoal, Conté crayon, pencil or other drawing utensils.
The difference is a blending stump is often too bulky to blend very fine detailed areas where a tortillion with its pointy tip can get in there and make a difference. The stumps are great for larger areas and blend very smoothly, You can clean them using a piece of sandpaper.
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