|Item Weight||7.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 4.6 x 8.4 inches|
|Item model number||700928|
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|Manufacturer Part Number||700928|
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Derwent Colored Pencils, Drawing, Watercolor, Art, Inktense Ink Pencils, 12-Pack (0700928)
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- Derwent Inktense Colored Pencils offer intense color combined with a translucent effect for bold, expressive drawings; round 8mm barrel; wide 4mm core
- You can use them dry, but mix them with water and the color turns into vibrant ink; once dry, the color wash is permanent and can be embellished with wet or dry media
- Highly blendable texture in a range of jewel-like colors; blue barrel with color end tab for easy identification; durable metal tin includes 12 pencils, each of an exciting color range
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Top Customer Reviews
they are really easy and fun. I found that I tend to outline and shade in smaller areas with the pencils, and use the blocks for
shading in the larger areas. Once I started to add water to my drawings, the colors popped. I used these on a heavy multi purpose paper and also a small stretched canvas which I did not prep. I think the canvas was a bit too bumpy to get the fine detail I wanted with the pencils, so I will go back to a smoother surface next time. I learned that these are not really true watercolor pencils as once you wet your work, it cannot be washed off. You can manipulate your strokes with a stiff brush while your work is still damp. You can blend colors lifted with a wet brush onto a nonabsorbent palette. You can also layer colors on your painting.
Now for the negatives: I wish they had included a white pencil in with the basic set. These are very expensive, but they should last a long time.
I have also heard that work done with these pencils will fade with light and time. I don't know what kind of spray would be safe to use to prevent this.
I plan on taking these with me on my next vacation for some rainy day artwork. I am enclosing a photo of the 8X10 inch canvas which I painted with these pencils and the Derwent Inktense Blocks. I outlined the shapes with acrylic gel pens. I do not recommend using canvas unless you can prep it in such a way that it is smooth.
I started with the 12-pencil set, in case I wasn't happy with them. I plan on buying a bigger set when these are gone (or maybe even before!) so I can have more colors. The 12-color set set I received includes the following colors:
I've seen, on other sites, sets of 12 with different colors, but this is what I received from this seller.
I use them with a fine point Sharpie since the Sharpie ink is unaffected by water. I love using these and I think you will, too!
-Draw and shade as you would with a pencil, and then activate the ink with water
-Wet the paper, and then draw (this creates a very bold effect)
-Go back and forth between drawing/shading and painting (the dry ink essentially becomes a paint as soon as the water touches it).
I like to use these along with the inktense blocks, using the pencils for fine detail. The image of the man with the bicycle was completed using the inktense pencils only, and the building façade was completed with both the blocks and the pencils.
I can not find documentation about these products being archival or their lightfast ratings, which leads me to believe that they are not. Therefore, I hesitate to give the product five stars.
They blend very well, so if you have experience in working with a limited palette already, this will be a breeze. I mixed both these and my watercolor palette colors to see if they would blend well and they did! In fact, I think these pencils are more vivid and truer to color once dried. I'm loving these and am thoroughly enjoying seeing what this can do for expanding my watercolords :)