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This article discuses technology used to develop graphic material in fine arts classes. The purpose of fine arts classes is to teach students to draw on a variety of graphic materials; to teach them to see, comprehend, understand and appreciate the beauties of being and art; to develop aesthetic and artistic taste, to expand the scope of artistic thought; to develop artistic creativity and imagination, to help them find their own style, their own way of creativity.
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