When you tumble rocks, you should always put rocks of similar hardness together. Mixing hard and soft rocks will bring discouraging results. So, a beginning rock tumbling hobbyist needs to know how to determine a rock’s hardness.
In the video, Jim refers to the Mohs Hardness Scale and posts a chart. Here’s a link to the chart, from the U.S. National Park Service: https://www.nps.gov/articles/mohs-hardness-scale.htm
Here’s last week’s video, in case you missed it.
Take your art to the next level with See the Light videos:
Cartooning is a great way to have fun while drawing, and this stand-alone DVD from See the Light’s master artist, Pat Knepley, will challenge your creativity as you learn to draw cartoon vegetables, animals, people, and even create your own comic strips.
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Drawing faces and figures is both challenging and exciting. When you add people to your drawings, the pictures come alive. In Art Class Volume 9, Pat Knepley introduces you to the basics of drawing people. Lessons include: Drawing People, A Different View (Profile), It Starts with a Stick Figure, and The Human Figure.