Sándor Vámos is a Hungarian artist who has been painting and drawing since he was a child. His unique 3D drawings are both compelling and fascinating. He thinks of art as a journey up a staircase that leads to the apex of a mountain, a journey to be enjoyed step by step. Those who try to take a shortcut will find themselves standing on a hill, denied the view from the top. Naturally, when given the chance to try Chalkola chalk markers, he jumped in with both feet and was delighted with the results.
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Sándor likes the regular sized Chalkola chalk markers and uses the black and red to make a quick sketch of Marilyn Monroe, the iconic American actress. He starts with the black Chalkola chalk marker. It was easy to shake the marker to mix the ink then draw down the ink into the nib. He chooses to work with the bullet tip rather than the chisel tip. The brows are the first thing Sándor draws. Next he draws the eyes and the nose. Sándor uses the red Chalkola chalk marker to draw Marilyn’s famous red lips. Satisfied with his rendering of Marilyn Monroe, Sándor begins another portrait. This profile looks familiar. Can you guess who it is? There’s no mistaking Elvis’ seductive eyes and those lips that made so many girls swoon! It’s amazing how much emotion Sándor can convey with just a few lines. The Chalkola black chalk marker really makes his drawing stand out. It’s those famous Elvis eyes again, practically jumping off the page. Sándor has dampened a cloth so he can see if Chalkola markers are really that easy to wipe away. Goodbye, Elvis! The cloth was wet rather than damp so some moisture is left on the whiteboard. Out comes a dry cloth to soak up the excess water. Every trace of color is gone with no residue whatsoever. Clean up is easy with Chalkola chalk markers! Also read – Chalkola Chalk Markers Meets Brushes and Bunnies