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How to use the Water Brush: Wet-on-Wet
The colours flow into each other in a uncontrolled and artistic way.
How to use the Water Brush: Watercolouring
The fully water soluble Faber-Castell artists' pencils create a perfect symbiosis with the waterbrush.
How to use the Water Brush: Spritzing
Colour spritzing can be used to create an unparalleled sense of airiness in watercolour artworks.
How to use the Water Brush: Scratching
The integrated grooves on the cap are perfect for creative effects!
How to use the Water Brush: Scraping
With the wedge-shaped side of the cap, the dissolved paint can be moved easily over the paper to create unusual structures like with a paint knife.
Drawing coffee cups with Pitt Artist Pens.
How Pitt Artist Pens are making a difference in Gwyneth Leech's work.
Modern art with Castell 9000
Adam Fowler with Castell 9000.
Parallel technique with Connector Pens
How to draw a Trumpet with Albrecht Duerer Artists‘ Watercolour Pencils
The coloured surface can be transformed with only a few fine or broad brush strokes to reveal the full and unique power of the colours.
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