|Item Weight||15.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.3 x 0.6 x 7.8 inches|
|Item model number||700672|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||700672|
Derwent Colored Drawing Pencils, Metal Tin, 24 Count (0700672)
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- The perfect medium for sweeping landscapes to detailed nature studies
- 8mm diameter pencils have soft, creamy round 5mm leads
- Colors are quickly and easily laid down in wide to thin applications
- Drawing pencils produce a rich, velvety finish on paper
- Metal tin of 24 shades and choice of traditional sepia tones
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0700672 Features: -Round 8mm barrel. -Set includes: Light sienna, solway blue, ink blue, smoke blue, pale cedar, green shadow, crag green, olive earth, warm earth, brown ochre, wheat, yellow ochre, sepia red, mars orange, sanguine, venetian red, terracotta, mars violet, ruby earth, chocolate, ivory black, warm grey, cool grey, and chinese white. -Category: Drawing. -Age Group: Adult. Product Type: -Colored Pencils.
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Something important to know about these. They are incredibly lightfast, that's not common for colored pencils. All but one has the highest lightfast rating of 8 and the one that doesn't is a 7. This is important to me because I sell my originals and wouldn't want my work to fade on my customers.
These work great with my prismacolor pencils so I often use both in the piece. The nose on the tiger drawing is the only part where I used prismacolor instead because there is no pink in the derwent drawing pencils set.
based. I enjoy the colors and tactile experience immensly.
Does anyone know how light fast these are?
Great Earth tones, too. I gave my Artist Aunt some, too, in the nursing home. Great Art Therapy for her and me. 😀