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Charcoal color paint is a bold color that has depth and drama, making it ideal for creating high contrast looks. While some of the darker charcoals may be mistaken for black, these colors actually have undertones that play with the colors around them to draw your attention and add interest to a space. Charcoal color paint is sophisticated and contemporary in their appearance, and they look great in urban, commercial, Norwegian, and minimalist styles.

Most charcoals are cool colors, but there are a few warm ones out there as well, just as there are warm greys and warm greiges, so you can find the perfect charcoal color to match your color scheme no matter what your preference is. Unlike other media, charcoal particles are significantly larger and the sticks do not comprise a binding agent, allowing the medium to be easily manipulated with a pinky, journal, or pieces of leather, among other tools. To keep the medium in the spot, charcoal color paint requires paper that has some texture, and to inhibit smudging, many artists use a fixative on their finished drawings after they have been completed and dried.

While artists enjoy working with charcoal because of the rich lines and coloring it produces, the medium’s extreme darkness can indeed be difficult to work with at times. Beginners to charcoal frequently apply far too much pressure while applying this to paper, resulting in unintentional marks that are difficult to soften or erase once they have been made. This is where graphite color pencils come into play.

On paper and card, graphite color pencil has a slight sheen that is almost metallic in appearance. This glow becomes more noticeable as you add more layers to your project. When it comes to drawing and drafts, graphite and charcoal are the two most commonly used materials. Despite the fact that they are both made of carbon, the way in which they are constructed gives them distinct characteristics and functions. This distinguishes them as tools, with charcoal being used for evocative, dramatic work and preparatory sketches and graphite being used for comprehensive, accurate work, thus making them particularly distinctive.

Charcoal is a sleek dark drawing medium that breaks easily and is frequently used to create expressive marks in the drawing. Graphite color pencil is a faintly shiny material that is usually grey in color and is commonly found in pencils and sticks for the majority of composing and drawing applications. Graphite, on the other hand, produces significantly less dust when in use and adheres to surfaces more readily, necessitating the use of little or no fixative.

You can purchase graphite color pencils from Pentoink and also get charcoal color paint whichever suits your way of drawing the most. Ingres is credited with creating some of the most stunning graphite drawings ever created. On Vélin’s paper, he drew with graphite. If you desire to be the next Ingres order your graphite color pencils from Pentoink today!

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Marabu Pencil Graphix

AED 57.00 Inc. VAT

Marabu Pencil Graphix

Set with 12 pencils with the following hardness ratings: 6B, 5B, 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H

High-yield lead

Ideal for illustrations, sketches, final artwork and much more

Barcode:4007751627001

AED 57.00 Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® 100 DesiGreen Journey Mixed Drawing pencil – Set of 12

Original price was: AED 49.50.Current price is: AED 42.00. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® 100 DesiGreen Journey Mixed Drawing pencil – Set of 12

Cardboard box containing 7 drawing pencils in assorted degrees, 3 pigment liner in assorted line width, 1 eraser and 1 metal double-hole sharpener
High break-resistance through special lead formulation and super-bonded lead
Available in 24 finely graded consistent degrees: 12B, 11B, 10B, 9B, 8B, 7B, 6B, 5B, 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H, 9H, 10H
Lead diameter: 12B: approx. 4.5 mm, 11B-6B: approx. 3.6 mm, 5B-3B: approx. 2.5 mm, 2B-10H: approx. 2.0 mm
Lines reproduce well
Wood from PEFC-certified, sustainably managed forests
Sharpener recommendation: Tub sharpener 511 001 or metal sharpener 510 10 for ideal sharpening results

Original price was: AED 49.50.Current price is: AED 42.00. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® aquarell 100A Watercolour graphite pencil Set of 4

Blistercard containing 3 watercolour graphite pencils in assorted degrees and 1 round brush #8

AED 19.75 Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® aquarell 100A Watercolour graphite pencil Set of 6

Original price was: AED 31.25.Current price is: AED 26.50. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® aquarell 100A Watercolour graphite pencil Set of 6

Metal case containing 5 watercolour graphite pencils in assorted degrees and 1 round brush #8

Original price was: AED 31.25.Current price is: AED 26.50. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® Black 100B Drawing Pencil – Set of 6

Metal tin containing 6 drawing pencils in assorted degrees

AED 31.25 Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® Black 100B Drawing Pencil 12-Pieces

High quality drawing pencil
Special lead formulation containing a high proportion of carbon for matt, jet black results
High break-resistance through special lead formulation and super-bonded lead

AED 53.75 Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® charcoal 100C Charcoal pencil + Blender

Original price was: AED 15.25.Current price is: AED 13.00. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® charcoal 100C Charcoal pencil + Blender

High quality charcoal pencil
Blistercard containing 3 charcoal pencils in assorted degrees and 1 paper stump

Original price was: AED 15.25.Current price is: AED 13.00. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® charcoal 100C DesiGreen Journey Mixed Charcoal – Set of 12

Original price was: AED 49.50.Current price is: AED 42.00. Inc. VAT

Mars® Lumograph® charcoal 100C DesiGreen Journey Mixed Charcoal – Set of 12

Cardboard box containing 6 drawing pencils in assorted degrees, 3 charcool pencils in assorted degrees, 1 paper stump, 1 kneadable eraser and 1 double-hole sharpener
Available in 3 finely graded consistent degrees: S (soft), M (medium), H (hard)
Lead diameter: approx. 4.5 mm
The deepest black shade glides softly across the paper
Lines reproduce well
Wood from PEFC-certified, sustainably managed forests
Sharpener recommendation: Mars double-hole sharpener 510 25 or sandpaper 923 for ideal sharpening results

Original price was: AED 49.50.Current price is: AED 42.00. Inc. VAT
Charcoal color paint is a bold color that has depth and drama, making it ideal for creating high contrast looks. While some of the darker charcoals may be mistaken for black, these colors actually have undertones that play with the colors around them to draw your attention and add interest to a space. Charcoal color paint is sophisticated and contemporary in their appearance, and they look great in urban, commercial, Norwegian, and minimalist styles.

Most charcoals are cool colors, but there are a few warm ones out there as well, just as there are warm greys and warm greiges, so you can find the perfect charcoal color to match your color scheme no matter what your preference is. Unlike other media, charcoal particles are significantly larger and the sticks do not comprise a binding agent, allowing the medium to be easily manipulated with a pinky, journal, or pieces of leather, among other tools. To keep the medium in the spot, charcoal color paint requires paper that has some texture, and to inhibit smudging, many artists use a fixative on their finished drawings after they have been completed and dried.

While artists enjoy working with charcoal because of the rich lines and coloring it produces, the medium's extreme darkness can indeed be difficult to work with at times. Beginners to charcoal frequently apply far too much pressure while applying this to paper, resulting in unintentional marks that are difficult to soften or erase once they have been made. This is where graphite color pencils come into play.

On paper and card, graphite color pencil has a slight sheen that is almost metallic in appearance. This glow becomes more noticeable as you add more layers to your project. When it comes to drawing and drafts, graphite and charcoal are the two most commonly used materials. Despite the fact that they are both made of carbon, the way in which they are constructed gives them distinct characteristics and functions. This distinguishes them as tools, with charcoal being used for evocative, dramatic work and preparatory sketches and graphite being used for comprehensive, accurate work, thus making them particularly distinctive.

Charcoal is a sleek dark drawing medium that breaks easily and is frequently used to create expressive marks in the drawing. Graphite color pencil is a faintly shiny material that is usually grey in color and is commonly found in pencils and sticks for the majority of composing and drawing applications. Graphite, on the other hand, produces significantly less dust when in use and adheres to surfaces more readily, necessitating the use of little or no fixative.

You can purchase graphite color pencils from Pentoink and also get charcoal color paint whichever suits your way of drawing the most. Ingres is credited with creating some of the most stunning graphite drawings ever created. On Vélin's paper, he drew with graphite. If you desire to be the next Ingres order your graphite color pencils from Pentoink today!