CRUMB (n.)

MIE (fra.)
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MIE (fra.)

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8. Have alwayes in a readiness by you the Crumbs of fine Manchet or White-bread ; the use whereof is, when you have drawn any thing with Black-lead that disliketh you, you may strew some of these Crumbs upon the defective member, and with a linnen cloth rub it hard upon the defective place, and it will fetch out the Black-lead, and leave the Paper or Parchment fair and white. It is also usefull when you have finished a piece, either Head, Leg, Arme, or whole Bodie with Black-lead, and would trace it over with Ink to finish it, the Black-lead will be seen in many places, being thicker then the line of your Pen ; wherefore when you have finished your Drawing with Ink, and that dry, rub it over with these Crumbs, and it will not only take off the superfluous Black-lead, but all other spots of your Paper.

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MATERIALITE DE L’ŒUVRE → outils