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So at that point he stretches a new canvas, sets up the balopticon, lays in his drawing again, does another color sketch, does another monochromatic underpainting, seals it, lays in his color, and then precedes to paint the final painting.
The balopticon the projector he used to project his photos onto his canvas that he would then trace is an evil, inartistic, habit-forming, lazy and vicious machine!
Crisco balopticon lysol, jello bellans, carborundum!