Basic Techniques

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Basic techniques with Pitt Charcoal
All of the charcoal products in the Art & Graphic range have a high level of light-fastness.
Basic techniques with Polychromos Artists’ Pastels
The crayons contain a high level of pigment, and are free of lubricants and wax.
Basic techniques with Pitt Graphite
The “green pencil from Faber”, which was already being mentioned with approval by van Gogh and Goethe, has now become part of everyday life.
Basic techniques with Albrecht Dürer Artists’ Watercolour Pencils
The leads can be transformed completely into watercolour paints, and have a high level of light-fastness and break-resistance.
Basic techniques with Gelatos
When blending, various colours of Gelato are applied and smudged together using a fingertip, cotton bud or paper wiper.
How to use the Parallel Technique
Our Connector Pens can also be used for hatching and cross-hatching.
Special technique: Enchanting magic
Is there really a picture concealed underneath the black layer of colour...
Special technique: Mixing
Find out what can be mixed and jointly admire the outcome.
Special technique: Watercolour
By applying a wash, you can convert drawings made with Grip and watersoluble pencils into aquarelle paintings.
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