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Product Fact File

Derwent offers the world’s largest range of fine art pencils, so to


assist you we have created a fact file of our ranges. Each fact file
contains a summary of the product features, colour charts, artists
drawings and techniques.

We also have lots of expert advice, hints and tips projects, video
tutorials and range information at www.pencils.co.uk.

Each of the colour charts shows a light fast rating: an indication of each
colours resistance to fading. This is tested using the Blue Wool scale
(an internationally recognised standard). A rating between 0-8 is
awarded, 8 being the highest rating. Values of 6 or higher are considered
to be lightfast.

Nick Belshaw
Product Fact File
3 Graphik Line Maker 31 Charcoal Pencils & Compressed Charcoal

4 Graphik Line Painter 33 Charcoal Set

5 Inktense Blocks 35 Tinted Charcoal Pencils

7 Inktense Pencils 37 XL Charcoal

9 Watercolour Pencils 38 XL Graphite

11 Metallic Pencils 40 Drawing Pencils

13 Artists Pencils 42 Accessories

15 Studio Pencils 57 Sketch books and sketch pads

17 Coloursoft Pencils 63 Derwent Academy

19 Pastel Pencils 69 Lakeland

21 Graphic Pencils 74 Rexel

23 Sketching & Onyx Pencils 75 Colourland

25 Watersoluble Graphitone &

Watersoluble Sketching Pencils

27 Natural Graphite

29 Graphitint Pencils
GRAPHIK LINE MAKER
• 3 colours: Black/ Sepia/ Graphite
• Smooth free flowing lines
• Rich, pure, opaque black pigment
• Super Japan nib, lightfast pigment ink
• Available individually and in:
Pack of 6 Black
Pack of 3 Black (0.1/0.3/0.5)
Pack of 3 Sepia (0.1/0.3/0.5)
Pack of 3 Graphite (0.1/0.3/0.5)

LF
Black 0.05 / 0.1 / 0.2 / 0.3 / 0.5 / 0.8 8
Sepia 0.1 / 0.3 / 0.5 4
Graphite 0.1 / 0.3 / 0.5 8
LF - Lightfastness rating

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GRAPHIK LINE PAINTER
• 20 colours
• Fluid opaque paint
• Immense depth of colour
• Create layers, dribbles and washes
• Super Japan nib, permanent water based paint
• Available individually and in:
4 Packs of 5 complimentary colours
Box of all 20 colours
LF LF
#01 Brickroad 8 #11 Paradise 8
#02 Clockwork 2 #12 Minted 7
#03 Tom 7 #13 Envy 6
#04 Herring 8 #14 Fingers 5
#05 Blood 8 #15 Bricklane 5
#06 Tickled 8 #16 Jungle 8
#07 Rain 8 #17 Graphite 8
#08 Brilliant 8 #18 Magic 8
#09 High 7 #19 Snow 8
#10 Billy 7 #20 Fox 8
pack #01 pack #02 pack #03 pack #04 box of 20
LF - Lightfastness rating

1 2 3
STO P

Paint pens need to be activated before use: shake


well. Depress 5 seconds. Wait for ink. Depress again
only if ink does not come out.

Store horizontally.

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Inktense Blocks
• 72 vibrant colours
• Water-soluble
• Dry colour washes out to look like ink
• Once dry, colour is fixed and permanent 72 8
mm
• Use on side to cover large areas or as pan colours water-soluble square
of paint in range

• Can be drawn or painted onto fabric such


as silk and cotton

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Glynn Macey
1. Create a wash - lift colour direct from the side
of the Inktense Block, using it as a pan.

Soraya French

2. Applying Colour - apply colour direct to the


paper using a block. The picture also shows a
Derwent Gripper being used.

Sarah Taylor

3. Pick up multiple colours - Lay your Inktense


blocks side by side and run a wet brush over them.

4. Create texture - using a craft knife scrape the


Inktense blocks direct onto a wet surface. Nick Belshaw
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Inktense Pencils
• 71 vibrant colours plus a non-soluble Outliner
• Water-soluble
• Dry colour washes out to look like ink 71 4
mm
• Once dry colour is fixed and permanent
colours water-soluble wide core
• Can be drawn or painted onto fabric such in range

as silk and cotton

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Inktense quilt Kim Bradley
1. How to lay a wash - Pick the wash up using a
slightly wet paint brush and apply to the paper.

2. Create new shades - lay two or more washes Inktense on silk Michelle Gillam-Hull
over each other.

3. Create texture - Use the stiff brush from the end


of a Derwent Eraser Pencil, pick up some wet colour
and flick over your drawing.
Angela Gaughan-Owens

4. Create a cloud effect - When the wash is still wet, Bixxy Nash
use a sponge to lift off some of the colour. 9
Watercolour Pencils
• 72 versatile colours
• Water-soluble
• Dry colour washes out to create subtle,
delicate tones 72 3.4
mm

• Soft texture so layering and blending colours water-soluble core


in range
is easy

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1. Create a wash - Apply dry colour to the Graham Brace
paper and then wet with a waterbrush to intensify
the colour.

2. Applying Colour - colour can be put down on


the paper direct from the tip of a pencil or stick. Marianne Birkby

3. Create a snow effect - use a Derwent craft knife Tony Hogan


to scrape white Watercolour pencil over a wash. Do
this while the wash is still wet.

Rod Holt
4. Create detail - Add fine detail to your watercolour
paintings with the watercolour pencil.
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Metallic Pencils
• 12 shimmering colours
• Water-soluble
• Work best on a dark background
• Add sparkles and shimmering highlights 12 3.4
mm

to your drawings colours water-soluble core


in range

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1. Using an embossing tool, create indentations
in the paper to create a pattern, then colour over
the top in pencil to leave the indented areas
untouched.
Michelle Law

2. The silver Metallic Pencil is perfect for


highlighting over the top of coloured pencil.

Carole Gordon

3. Metallic Pencils are perfect for craft projects.

Carole Gordon

4. Metallic Pencils are ideal for blending. Layer 2 or


more colours over the top of one another to create
new hues and tints. Fiona Peart 13
Artists Pencils
• 120 colours


Dry, colour pencil
Round barrel and wide core
120 4
mm

• Perfect for broad strokes and colours wide core


in range
expressive drawing

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1. Use a Derwent Blender to help blend colours
together and to push pigment into the grain of
the paper for a smooth finish.

Katherine Tyrrell

Graham Brace

2. Use the Derwent Burnisher to add a varnish


effect. Rub the burnisher over your pencil
drawing, then polish with your finger to bring out
a beautiful sheen.

3. A battery eraser can be used for lifting


highlights as well as erasing coloured pencil.
Bob Ebdon

4. Coloured pencils are ideal for hatching and Ewelina Kuczera


cross hatching as they can be sharpened to a
fine point. 15
Studio Pencils
• 72 colours


Dry, colour pencil
Hexagonal barrel and slim core
72 3.4
mm

• Perfect for detailed drawing colours core


in range

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1. Studio pencils are perfect for detailed
work; they sharpen to a fine point and
offer great control for precise drawings.
Angela Gaughan-Owens

2. Use really light pressure with lots of


layers to build up colour and depth with
studio pencils.

Susan Christoper-Coluson

Suzy Herbert

3. Use the Derwent blender to push pigment into the


tooth of the paper for a smooth finished look.

4. Embossing tools are ideal for leaving


indents in your paper creating effects Irina Garmashova
such as veins on leaves and whiskers 17
on cats.
Coloursoft Pencils
• 72 vibrant colours
• Dry, colour pencil
• Soft, waxy texture
72 4
mm

• Ideal for mixing and blending colours wide core


in range

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1. Wax resist - Use a Derwent burnisher
pencil to draw your required design, then
add your colour.

Louise Welsh

2. Layering - Working in light layers


helps to build up colour and tone evenly.

Bob Ebdon

3. Blending - Overlay different colours


using directional strokes.

David Cook

4. Cross Hatching - Use the lines in


cross hatching to create different tones,
the closer the lines, the darker the tone
Dorte Krogh Nielsen
will appear.
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Pastel Pencils
• 72 vibrant colours
• Powdery, dusty pencils
• Ideal for mixing and blending
• Move easily with the tip of a finger or 72 4
mm

paper stump colours naturally wide core


• Less mess than using a non wood in range water-soluble

cased pastel

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Katherine Tyrell

1. Pastel is easily blended with a paper


stump, rubber shaper or your finger

Gary Theobald
2. Use the brush at the end of the Derwent
pencil eraser to gently brush away any
excess dust.

Jenny Hill
3. Mould a kneadable eraser into a point
and use to lift pastel colour for highlighting.

4. Pastel pencils are perfect for adding


detail to your pastel work. Margy Riley
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Graphic Pencils
• 20 degrees 9H to 9B
• Quality, graphite pencils
• Perfect choice for sketching and drawing
• Sharpen to a fine point 20 2.2
mm
3.5
mm
• Range includes, crisp non-scratchy 9H to degrees core core
a soft and smudgy 9B. in range hard soft

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1. Graphic pencils are ideal for hatching
and cross-hatching as they can be
sharpened to a very fine point.

Leslie Child

2. Mould a putty eraser into a point and


use to lift graphite and create highlights.

Deborah L Friedman

3. Layer different degrees to achieve


various tones and shades. Annabel Harris

4. Using a sandpaper block, scrape


graphite onto wet paper. Great for
Linda Weil
effects such as sand and pebbles.

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Sketching and Onyx Pencils
Sketching Pencils 3 4
mm

• Three degrees; HB, 2B and 4B degrees wide core


in range
• Wide core, graphite pencils
• Wonderful choice for freestyle
sketches and bold line drawing
• Can be sharpened to a point for
more detailed drawings

Onyx Pencils 2 4
mm

• Two tones; Dark and Medium grades wide core


in range
• Dark, graphite pencils
• Instant jet-black tones, darker than a 9B
• Ideal for adding dense shades and tone
to your drawings

Onyx blister to be
discontinued 24
Sketching Pencils

1. The battery eraser is ideal for


lifting graphite to add highlights as
well as tidying up edges and erasing
mistakes.
Bev Lewis

2. Use a paper stump or rubber


shaper to blend and smudge
graphite to create different tones Fiona Peart
and shadows.

Onyx Pencils

1. Use the side of the pencil for shading


and covering larger areas.

Linda Stevens

9B Medium Dark
Onyx Onyx
2. Onyx instantly achieves darker tones
than a Graphic 9B.

David Cook
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Watersoluble Graphitone &
Watersoluble Sketching Pencils
Watersoluble Graphitone 4 7
mm

• 4 wash strengths wash strengths water-soluble core


in range
• Water-soluble
• Stick of pure graphite, no wood case
• Just peel wrapper off to use on side for
large areas
• 100% useable material

Watersoluble Sketching 3 4
mm

• 3 wash strengths wash strengths water-soluble wide core


in range
• Water-soluble
• Wide core for loose, free sketches
• Add water to dissolve graphite into
subtle tones

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Watersoluble Graphitone

1. Adding water to Graphitone can


add a more painterly effect to your
drawings and helps enhance the
colour / depth.
David Cook

2. Peel the wrapper off and use


Graphitone on its side to cover
larger areas. Fiona Peart

Watersoluble Sketching

1. Use the Sketching Pencil to draw your


outline and then add water to move the
graphite into the necessary areas.

Linda Weils

2. Wet your paper first and then, with a


craft knife, scrape the tip of the pencil
onto the wet paper. Ideal for creating Andrew Tift
texture such as sand. 27
Natural Graphite
• Graphite blocks
• Three grades; Soft, Medium and Hard
• Covers large areas quickly
• Use on their edge for finer details
3 8
mm

• Blending is easy with your finger or a grades


in range
naturally
water-soluble
square

paper stump

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1. Using a craft knife scrape your graphite onto
your paper to make a powder which can be
mixed with water and used as paint.
Debbie Adams

2. Use the blocks on their edge for finer detail


and for effects such as hatching and cross
hatching.

Olga Dabrowska

3. Break the blocks into chunks to lay down


specific widths of tone.
Fiona Peart

4. You can use your finger or a paper stump


to smudge and blend graphite. Karen Freakley
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Graphitint Pencils
• 24 rich shades
• Water-soluble
• Graphite pencil with a hint of colour 24 4
mm
• Use dry for subtle shades, add water for
colours water-soluble wide core
brighter colours in range

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1. Graduations - Create smooth transitions from a
light to a darker tone or from one colour to another.
The density of colour will vary depending on the
amount of pressure applied.
Angela Gaughan-Owens

Carole Gordon

2. Vibrant colour - Use a wetted paintbrush to


transform subtle graphite tones into vibrant colour.

3. Hint of colour - Simply use dry on dry to create


graphite drawings with a hint of colour.
Linda Weil

4. Create various shades - Experiment with


different types of paper. Stephen Ormerod
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Charcoal Pencils &
Compressed Charcoal
Charcoal Pencils 3 4
mm
• Three grades; Light, Medium and Dark
grades naturally wide core
• Chalky, black charcoal pencils in range water-soluble
• Wood casing so less mess
• Blend and smudge easily with your finger
or paper stump
• Perfect for portraiture

Compressed Charcoal 3 8
mm

• Three grades; Light, Medium and Dark grades naturally square


in range water-soluble
• Chalky, solid blocks of charcoal
• Ideal for broad sweeping strokes
• Use the block on its side to cover large
areas quickly

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Charcoal Pencils

1. Lay charcoal down first and use


a craft knife to scrape away your
design within the layer of charcoal.
Carole Gordon

2. Use a Dark Charcoal pencil on top


of other colours to add darker tones
for shadows. Angela Gaughan- Owens

Compressed Charcoal

1. Use the charcoal block on its side to Debbie Adams


cover large areas quickly.

2. Put a base layer of charcoal on your


paper and using a battery or pencil eraser
lift out your drawing from the charcoal. Karen Freakley
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Charcoal Set
Mixed Charcoal Media
• Perfect for life studies and expressive pieces
• 1 Dark Charcoal Pencil
• 2 Tinted Charcoal Pencils 2 4mm &
18mm

• 3 Compressed Charcoal Blocks sizes naturally diameters


• 2 Strips of natural vine charcoal in range water-soluble

• 1 Natural chunky willow charcoal


• 1 Paper stump

Natural charcoal in the pack


• 2 sizes
• 18mm chunky willow stick
• 4mm vine stick
• Naturally water-soluble

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Tinted Charcoal Pencils
• 21 tints plus light, medium and dark shades
• Naturally water-soluble
• Dusty, chalky texture 21 4
mm
• Ideal for adding colour to black and
tints naturally wide core
white drawings in range water-soluble

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Graham Brace

1. Layering - Use a Dark Charcoal pencil on top


of other colours to add darker tones for shadows.

David Cook

2. Blending - The paper stump is perfect for


blending charcoal or you can use your finger!

Jenny Hill

3. Sgraffito - Lay charcoal down on the paper and


then use a craft knife to scrape away your design
within the layer of charcoal.

4. Embossing - Ideal for veins on leaves, fur and


feathers; use the embossing tool to indent your
paper first. After applying charcoal the indents
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will remain white.
XL Charcoal
• 6 colours
• Naturally water-soluble
• Fine art chunky charcoal blocks 6 20
mm
• Bold, gestural drawng with rich natural colour
colours naturally square
• 60mm long in range water-soluble

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1. See what different marks you can make by
using the sides, edges and corners. Move the
block in different directions across the page and
experiment with different pressures.

2. What can you sense? They feel soft and


smooth and velvety. Similar to a soft pastel. Jenny Halstead

3. XL Charcoal is very opaque. See how you can


layer colours over one another.

David Winning

4. Test the water! Charcoal is naturally


water-soluble; see how they react when you
add water. Try creating washes with your brush,
or even flicking your brush over the end of the
block to create splatters. 38
XL Graphite
• 6 colours
• Water-soluble
• Fine art chunky graphite blocks 6 20
mm
• Dense graphite tones
colours water-soluble square
• 60mm long in range

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1. See what different marks you can make by
using the sides, edges and corners. Move the
block in different directions across the page and
experiment with different pressures.

2. What can you sense? That very distinctive feel


of graphite. Notice the slightly metallic graphite David Winning
sheen you can create.

Ian Hodgson

3. One of the characteristics of graphite is the


ability to smudge it with your finger. See how
reactive XL Graphite is. It’s easy to blend and
smudge into even coverage.

4. Test the water! These graphite blocks are


water-soluble, note how they react when you add
water. Try creating washes with your brush or even
flicking your brush over the end of the block to 40
create splatters.
Drawing
• 24 natural and sepia tones
• Creamy, dry, colour pencils
• The ‘Fur and Feather’ pencil 24 5
mm
• Ideal for blending and mixing colours extra wide
in range core
• Soft and subtle colours ideal for fur,
feather and seascape drawings

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Graham Brace
1. Apply different layers of colour on top of each
other to achieve an infinite variety of hues and tints.

2. Use textured paper and an eraser to create Jenny Hill


different effects.

3. Use a craft knife to scratch away the coloured


pencil and leave white areas on the page. Perfect
for fur.
Stephen Ormerod

4. Using an embossing tool first indent the


paper. Work your drawing pencil over the top
of this and the indents will be left white, perfect
for whiskers. Joanne Kell
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Accessories
Derwent offers a wide range of quality accessories to complement
all Derwent media.

The accessories work in perfect harmony with our pencils and blocks,
ensuring that the customer enjoys the maximum benefit of all our ranges.

The accessories not only look after our pencils and blocks, but their use
enables the artist to try out many techniques.

Our accessories portfolio includes sharpeners, erasers, drawing tools,


storage solutions and much more.

Watch video tutorials of all our accessories in action in the hints and tips
section at www.pencils.co.uk

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Superpoint Manual
Sharpeners
• 2 sizes available: Superpoint Manual and Superpoint Mini

• Durable helical blade

• Self feeding mechanism

• Auto stop function – stops sharpening when optimum point has been made

• Suitable for pencils up to 8mm in diameter

• Desk clamp included

• Transparent reservoir to collect shavings

Superpoint Manual Superpoint Mini

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Manual Twin hole sharpener
• This manual twin sharpener is perfect for use both in the studio and out in
the field.

• The sharpener has a large visible reservoir that will not only hold all the
shavings securely but makes it easy to see when it is full.

• The lid snaps shut into place and keeps the sharpener secure when
out and about.

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Metal Pencil Sharpener
and Pastel Pencil Sharpener
• Sometimes people forget that a pencil sharpener or a craft knife is a blade
just like a razor or kitchen knife. Pencil sharpeners work very well when new
and sharp, but do not last nearly as long as we think. Sharpeners and blades
should be changed regularly.

• To use a pencil sharpener, keep the pencil and the sharpener in a straight
line. Do not insert the pencil at an angle or the point will be subjected to un
necessary pressure and may break.

• Pastels are more delicate than normal pencils. The properties of pastel
pencils are specifically designed to be crumbly and dusty on paper. This
means that they must be handled with more care during sharpening.
(see also sharpening stand)

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Craft knife
• The craft knife is the perfect accessory for pencil sharpening and
cutting paper.

• To cut paper, simply press lightly and slide the blade along a straight edge.

• To sharpen a pencil, hold the knife at a shallow angle and take off small
amounts of wood from each side of the pencil. Using a sharpening stand will
help you steady your pencil whilst using a craft knife.

• To add textural interest to your work, use the craft knife to scrape away
colour from the tip of the pencil onto a pre-wetted area.

• A craft knife can be used to scratch away colour.

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Battery operated eraser
• The battery eraser is designed as a drawing tool for refining marks,
amending small areas of your work and highlighting.

• When the button on the top of the eraser is held down the spinning action
of the eraser lifts colour and graphite from the paper surface.

• The push button is positioned on the top of the eraser making it easy for
both left and right handed people to use.

Please note that the colour of the Battery operated eraser has changed from silver to black.

When the eraser is switched on, the The precise control offered by the This eraser is designed as a drawing
spinning action of the eraser lifts the eraser makes it suitable for tool, for refining marks and
pigment from the paper surface. This highlighting. amending small areas. The eraser
makes it ideal for correcting mistakes is used here to reproduce the
or re-working small areas. engraved flower pattern on the
surface of the bowl.

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Plastic eraser,
Kneadable eraser and
Pencil eraser and brush
• Plastic eraser can be used to remove areas of graphite or unwanted
marks, a good everyday eraser.

• Kneadable Eraser is perfect for lifting out tone and colour, it is soft and
pliable and comes in wax paper to help keep it fresher for longer.

• Pencil Eraser is perfect for erasing fine detail and creating highlights. Use
the brush on the end of the pencil to blend dusty media such as pastel
and graphite.

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Art Eraser, Soft Art Eraser and
Eraser-pen

• Art Eraser is an all round general use eraser that works well with all kinds of
pencils, excellent for graphite and effective for removing colour.

• Soft Art Eraser is as the name suggests, softer than its sibling. It contains
charcoal for gentle and effective erasing, causing less damage to the paper.
These erasers come in pack of two or as a mixed pack containing one of
each type.

• When you want to get really precise and accurate try the Eraser-pen which
comes in a convenient pen shape with a comfort grip. (Replacements are
available separately).

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Waterbrushes
• The waterbrushes have been exclusively developed by Derwent with 3 head
shapes. The waterbrush acts in the same way as a paintbrush, but the water
is housed in the barrel of the brush rather than having to use a separate
water pot. The flow of water is easily controlled by squeezing the barrel and
has a non drip valve.
• Ideal for painting outdoors, these brushes are portable, leak proof and easy
to clean.
• Fine, Medium and Chisel tip heads are easily distinguished by number.
• The innovative Chisel tip gives firm, sharp fines lines or broad strokes when
used side on.
• Available individually or in a multi mixed pack of 3.

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Technique Brush Set
A specially selected assortment of brushes for different painting
techniques; each brush in this set has been developed to produce
different marks, allowing the artist greater creative possibilities.

1. Foam Brush - Perfect for laying down a wash over a large area
or background.

2. Swordliner - An exquisite brush for flowing marks; glide


between fine lines and teardrop shapes. Ideal for petals and
leaves.

3. Fan Brush - When wet, the fan separates


into fine points which can be used to create
delicate marks such as hair and foliage.

4. Flat Brush - For broader strokes and fine


lines, the flat brush has great colour carrying
capacity for laying down colour quickly with
ease.

5. Comb Brush - A close relative of the fan


brush, the comb brush is used anywhere you
want fine separated lines. Ideal for grasses
and fur, it is also used for adding texture and
hatching.

6. Rigger Brush - The perfect brush for adding


detail. The rigger produces fine lines with a
consistent width. Ideal for delicate lines and
intricate work.

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Scale Divider
• This ingenious tool makes enlarging and decreasing the size of your subject
to scale, a much easier task.

• Simply set the ratio you require, and measure your object with one end of
the tool, then flip it over and mark out the new size on your drawing

• Free video demo online.

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Pencil extenders
• Prolong the life of your pencils with these handy extenders. The silver one
fits our larger diameter pencils such as Inktense and Artists while the black
one fits all our standard size pencils such as Graphic and Watercolour.

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Paper stumps
• The paper stumps make the messy job of blending and smudging dusty
media such as charcoal and pastel a whole lot easier and cleaner; it also
enables you to get into small areas and smudge with the point. The paper
stumps are made from rice paper making them smoother and more effective.

• The sandpaper block is ideal for achieving the exact angle you require on
your pencil or block. Rub the tip of your pencil against the sandpaper block
and allow the dust to settle on a pre-wetted area to create texture on your
drawing, great for sand and pebbles. You can also use the sandpaper block
to clean your paper stump.

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Blender and Burnisher
• The Burnisher is a hard colourless pencil which can be used to create a
varnish effect over colour pencil drawings. Apply the burnisher then rub with
your finger to bring out the polished effect. The Burnisher can also be used
for the wax resist technique.

• The Blender pencil can be used in 2 different ways, firstly to blend 2 different
colours together, secondly to push a single colour into the grain of the
paper. It smoothes the pencil marks so individual strokes and hard edges
are softened.

Use a Derwent burnisher


pencil to draw your required
design, this will add a layer of
wax to your surface, then add
your colour. The wax layer will
resist the colour being applied
thus leaving that part of your
drawing white.

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All your storage solutions in one place!
Carry-all
• The ultimate pencil storage solution
• Stores up to 132 pencils
• Ample storage for accessories and even an A5
sketch book
• Pencil leaves are removable so you can adapt the
carry-all easily for your needs
• Shoulder strap included
• Spare leaves are available to purchase

Artpack
• Ideal for pencils and accessories
• Features two storage areas:
-One mesh pocket for accessories
-Transparent zip pocket for easy view of pencils

Pencil Tin
• A smart and robust tin for storing your pencils
• Features a removable inner tray
• Will fit perfectly into your bag

Pencil Wrap
• A stylish and practical accessory
• Holds up to 30 pencils in loops
• Space to fit favourite accessories
• Rolls up to fit easily in a bag when you are out
and about
• Folds flat for easy accesses to contents

Pocket Wrap
• A compact wrap holding up to 12 pencils
• Slips easily into your top pocket
• Perfect for taking a handful of your favourite
pencils out with you

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Sketch Books
and sketch pads
Derwent offers a range of elegant sketch books and sketch pads ideal
for capturing all initial sketches and inspirational ideas.

Pencils and paper go together, and for best results you need a good
quality surface to work on. Derwent produces a selection of hard backed
sketch books, ideal for use in the studio, at home or on the move.

A sketch book allows you to capture your creative thoughts and ideas on
paper, wherever you happen to be. A hard-backed version is particularly
useful, providing a firm base to work on and protection for your drawings
and notes.

Our portfolio includes a range of quality hard back sketch books, available
as book bound, wire bound and wire bound with elastic straps to keep
loose pages and memorabilia in place.

All sketchbooks contain good quality acid free cartridge paper and have
been thoroughly tested by pencil artists.

Sizes available: A3, A4, A5, A6 (in selected ranges) in landscape and portrait.

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Watercolour Pads
• Gummed
• Sizes available: Portrait A4 and A5
Landscape A2 and A3
• 200gsm acid free natural wove paper
• 12 sheets
• Specially developed for pencils
• Smooth surface – perfect for watercolour pencils and all Derwent
water-soluble media.
• Can be stretched for heavy washes
• Also works well with dry pencil work

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White Paper Sketch Pads
• Spiral bound
• Sizes available: Portrait A4 and A5
Landscape A3
• 165gsm acid free paper
• 30 sheets
• Perfect for sketching and drawing and dry coloured pencil work

A4 Portrait A5 Portrait A3 Landscape

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Big Book
• Hard wearing vinyl cover, perfect for everyday use
• Spiral bound
• Sizes available: A4 or A5
• 110gsm acid free paper
• 86 perforated sheets
• Perfect for sketching and drawing and dry coloured pencil work

A4 Portrait Wirebound A5 Portrait Wirebound

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Sketch & Store Book
• Hard wearing black vinyl cover
• Spiral bound
• Elastic strip to keep loose sheets in place
• Expanding pocket to store extra items
• Sizes available: Portrait A4 and A5
Landscape A3
• 165gsm heavy weight textured acid free paper
• Perfect for sketching and drawing and dry coloured pencil work

A4 Portrait A5 Portrait A3 Landscape

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Black Book
• Hard wearing matt black cover
• Spiral bound
• Elastic strap to keep pages secure
• Sizes available: Portrait A4
Landscape A3

• 200gsm heavyweight acid free black paper
• 40 sheets
• Perfect for Coloursoft, Artists, Studio and Metallic pencils
• Can be used for light watercolour washes
• Can also be used for displaying photographs and artwork

A4 Portrait A3 Landscape

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The ideal introduction to
the world of drawing

Sketching Pencils
• Available in 12 degrees, 5H to 6B
• Ideal for a wide range of styles
and subjects
12 2.9
mm

• Sketching is the foundation of all art so a degrees core


in range
great starting point for all budding artists

6B 5B 4B 3B 2B B HB H 2H 3H 4H 5H

James Nicholls

Hatching - Create a variety of tones by


drawing a series of parallel lines.

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the world of drawing

Colouring Pencils
• Available in 36 colours
• Dry colour pencil
• Colour transfers to paper quickly and evenly
36 2.9
mm

• Easy to blend colours core


in range

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Jenny Hill

Blending - Combine layers of colour to


create a new shade.

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the world of drawing

Watercolour Pencils
• Available in 36 colours
• Water-soluble pencil
• Colours are easily washed out to create
36 2.9
mm

a watercolour painting colours water-soluble core


in range
• Easy to blend

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Jenny Hill

Paper Palette - draw solid blocks of


colours on a separate piece of paper
and lift colour off with a wet brush.

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the world of drawing

Watercolour Skintones
Skin coloured watercolour pencils

These Watercolour Skintone pencils have been


12 2.9
mm

specially selected to provide a complete range colours water-soluble core


for drawing and painting people from different in range

cultures.

People have always been a difficult and


challenging subject to tackle, yet following some
simple steps, aspiring artists can learn to draw
portraits with these watercolour pencils.

Jenny Hill

Jenny Hill

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the world of drawing

Watercolour Pan Set


• 12 full size pans of paint
• Water-soluble paint
• Colours are easily washed out to create
12
a watercolour painting. pans water-soluble
• Tin includes a paintbrush of paint

• Easy to blend

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

Fiona Peart

Tip: use inside of


lid to mix paints

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Oil Pastels
• 36 bright colours
• Creamy texture
• Dust free
36 11
mm

• Easy to blend colours Round


in range

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Jenny Hill

Sgraffito - heavily layer one colour


over another, then scrape away the top
layer to reveal underlying colour.

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drawing for children

Graphite Pencils
Lakeland Jumbo Graphite Pencils
• Available in HB
• Large, chunky barrel for easy grip
1 3.8
mm

• Break resistant, easy to sharpen degree core

HB
Lakeland Jumbo Graphite 12 contains:
HB x 12 Jamie Littler

Lakeland Graphite Pencils


• 5 degrees available – 2B, B, HB, H, 2H 5 2.9
mm
• Slim barrel for more detailed work
• Break resistant, easy to sharpen degrees core

2B
B
HB
H
2H
Lakeland Graphite 12 contains:
2B x 3, B x 2, HB x 3, H x 2, 2H x 2 Jamie Littler
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drawing for children

Colouring Pencils
Lakeland Jumbo Colouring Pencils
• 12 bright colours available
• Large, chunky barrel for easy grip 12 5.4
mm
• Full painted barrel for easy colour selection
• Colours can be easily blended and layered colours
in range
core

• Break resistant, easy to sharpen


• Available in a class pack of 360 pencils

207 Yellow
215 Orange
218 Red
229 Pink
233 Purple
247 Light Blue
251 Dark Blue
261 Dark Green
270 Light Green
276 Dark Brown
278 Light Brown
299 Black
Wallet of 12

Jamie Littler

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drawing for children

Colouring Pencils
Lakeland Colouring Pencils
• 12 bright colours available
• Colour transfers to paper smoothly
• Full painted barrel for easy colour selection 12 3.3
mm
• Colours can easily be blended and layered
colours core
• Break resistant, easy to sharpen in range
• Available in a class pack of 360 pencils
• Available in refill packs of 12

207 Yellow
215 Orange
218 Red
229 Pink
233 Purple
247 Light Blue
251 Dark Blue
261 Dark Green
270 Light Green
276 Dark Brown
278 Light Brown
299 Black
Wallet of 12

Jamie Littler

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drawing for children

Colouring Pencils
Lakeland Colourthin Pencils
• 24 strong colours available
• Slim barrel and core for more detailed work 24 2.9
mm
• Full painted barrel for easy colour selection colours core
• Colour transfers to paper smoothly in range

• Break resistant, easy to sharpen


• Available in a class pack of 360 pencils

204 Zinc yellow


207 Yellow
215 Orange
218 Red
226 Dark Red
229 Pink
232 Salmon Pink
233 Purple
237 Deep Purple
243 Ultramarine
247 Light Blue
249 Oriental Blue
251 Dark Blue
257 Bottle Green
261 Dark Green
267 Emerald Green
270 Light Green
276 Dark Brown
278 Light Brown
280 Chocolate
283 Yellow Ochre
296 Grey
299 Black
201 White
wallet of 12 wallet of 24

Jamie Littler
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drawing for children

Painting Pencils
• 24 colours
• Water-soluble pencils
• Full painted barrel for easy colour selection
24 3.3
mm

• Colours are easily washed out to colours water-soluble core


in range
create a watercolour painting.
• Break resistant, easy to sharpen

204 Zinc yellow 251 Dark Blue


207 Yellow 257 Bottle Green
215 Orange 261 Dark Green
218 Red 267 Emerald Green
226 Dark Red 270 Light Green
229 Pink 276 Dark Brown
232 Salmon Pink 278 Light Brown
233 Purple 280 Chocolate
237 Deep Purple 283 Yellow Ochre
243 Ultramarine 296 Grey
247 Light Blue 299 Black
249 Oriental Blue 201 White
wallet of 12 wallet of 24

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Everyday Pencils
Rexel Office Pencils
• HB or eraser tipped available 2 2.2
mm
• General purpose, graphite, office pencil
• HB available in bulk school room and stock pencils
in range
core

room packs

HB
carton of 12

Rexel Blackedge Carpenter’s Pencils


• 3 grades available – hard, medium and soft
• Rectangular barrel for easy hold when
3 6.2
x2.5
mm
marking wood grades rectangular
• Reliable, hardworking and practical pencil in range core

Hard
Medium
Soft
showcard of 12

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Everyday Pencils
Colourland Pencils
• 36 colours available
• A simple colour pencil for buying on a budget 36 2.2
mm
• Available in classpacks of 288 and 500 colours core
in range

Pale Yellow
Yellow
Banana
Light Orange
Apricot
Orange
Peach
Bright Red
Red
Berry
Maroon
Pink
Rose
Magenta
Dark Magenta
Pale Purple
Purple
Bluebell
Lilac
Light Blue
Deep Blue
Dark Blue
Blue Grey
Pastel Green
Light Green
Bright Green
Grass Green
Forest Green
Dark Green
Blue Green
Aqua
Light Brown
Brown
Dark Brown
Grey
Black
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