Charcoal Drawing

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Charcoal has been used ever since the time of cavemen, and is still used today. It dates back to Prehistoric times when people used it to draw on the walls of a cave or hard surface. Back then (Prehistoric times), they did not have as many options to portray a drawing. However, one of those options was charcoal.

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Charcoal DrawingCharcoal has been used ever since the time of cavemen, and is still used today. It dates back to Prehistoric times when people used it to draw on the walls of a cave or hard surface. Back then (Prehistoric times), they did not have as many options to portray a drawing. However, one of those options was charcoal. Charcoal is probably one of the easiest tools/utensils to make and use. According to the Encyclopedia of Britannica, charcoal is defined as "an impure form of graphitic carbon, obtained as a residue when carbonaceous material is partially burned, or heated with l

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