Derwent Graphitint Paint Bundle DW90061

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Derwent Graphitint Paint Bundle, the perfect collection for creating art on the go: Derwent Graphitint paint pan travel set and set of Derwent push button waterbrushes.

Derwent Graphitint Paint Pan Travel Set contains 12 blocks of water-soluble media - a combination of graphite and pigment that produces muted colours with a graphite sheen: Port, Juniper, Aubergine, Dark Indigo, Steel Blue, Ocean Blue, Slate Green, Green Grey, Meadow, Russet, Autumn Brown and Graphite Grey. The graphite element can be erased once dry, to create interesting effects. Best used on cold-pressed watercolour paper. Ideal for urban and natural landscape art. Also included is a mini waterbrush, a sponge and a five-part mixing palette incorporated into the lid of the set. Perfect for use with Derwent Line Makers. The kit is beautifully portable, measuring just 145mm x 75mm x 22mm.

Set of 4 Push Button Waterbrushes from Derwent. Contains one each of fine, medium, large and chisel tips. Waterbrushes are a great alternative to a paintbrush, especially in terms of convenience and ease of application. This version from Derwent takes it one step further, by introducing a push-button - easily accessible whether you're left- or right-handed - to control the amount of water delivered at any one time. Large water reservoir. Fill straight from the tap, or - for less waste - use a pipette. Durable nylon fibre tip that holds its shape even after continuous use. Supplied with a protective cap. Leak-proof and comfortable to use.

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Product Code:DW90061
Ink Type:Graphite, Water-based Paint
Refill Type:Refillable
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Derwent Graphitint Paint Bundle DW90061

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Derwent Graphitint Paint Bundle, the perfect collection for creating art on the go: Derwent Graphitint paint pan travel set and set of Derwent push button waterbrushes.

Derwent Graphitint Paint Pan Travel Set contains 12 blocks of water-soluble media - a combination of graphite and pigment that produces muted colours with a graphite sheen: Port, Juniper, Aubergine, Dark Indigo, Steel Blue, Ocean Blue, Slate Green, Green Grey, Meadow, Russet, Autumn Brown and Graphite Grey. The graphite element can be erased once dry, to create interesting effects. Best used on cold-pressed watercolour paper. Ideal for urban and natural landscape art. Also included is a mini waterbrush, a sponge and a five-part mixing palette incorporated into the lid of the set. Perfect for use with Derwent Line Makers. The kit is beautifully portable, measuring just 145mm x 75mm x 22mm.

Set of 4 Push Button Waterbrushes from Derwent. Contains one each of fine, medium, large and chisel tips. Waterbrushes are a great alternative to a paintbrush, especially in terms of convenience and ease of application. This version from Derwent takes it one step further, by introducing a push-button - easily accessible whether you're left- or right-handed - to control the amount of water delivered at any one time. Large water reservoir. Fill straight from the tap, or - for less waste - use a pipette. Durable nylon fibre tip that holds its shape even after continuous use. Supplied with a protective cap. Leak-proof and comfortable to use.

Additional Information

Product Code:DW90061
Ink Type:Graphite, Water-based Paint
Refill Type:Refillable
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