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Basic techniques with Goldfaber Aqua
Watercolours are transparent and can be mixed to give new shades of colour.
Basic techniques with Goldfaber
We will show you howsimple it is to create beautiful pictures using Goldfaber colour pencils.
Basic techniques with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
Albrecht Dürer Magnus is ideal for large-scale drawing and covering large areas quickly. The voluminous pencil shape is gentle.
Basic techniques with Castell 9000
The Castell 9000 is a top-quality graphite pencil for writing, drawing and sketching!
Basic techniques with Pitt Pastel Pencils
Pitt pastel pencils are ideal for drawing lines and shading surfaces, as well as for small pastel drawings and picture details.
Basic techniques with Pitt Artist Pens
They have unsurpassed light-fastness, and the individual colours are marked with an asterisk-based code.
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.
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