Colour pencil Goldfaber - Faber-Castell - 176, Van Dyck Brown

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Colour pencil Goldfaber - Faber-Castell - 176, Van Dyck Brown

Colour pencil Goldfaber - Faber-Castell - 176, Van Dyck Brown

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Goldfaber series pencil crayons by Faber-Castell.

What makes them so special? The answer is simple - the quality of the raw materials from which they were made.

Let's start with a wooden hexagonal barrel. It provides maximum protection for the graphite inside and guarantees incredible drawing comfort. For easy and clean tempering, long grain wood is used, which is free from knots. Fewer chips during tempering means you'll be able to enjoy your favorite crayons much longer.

The centerpiece of each Goldfaber crayon is the amazing graphite. It consists of high-quality pigments that, combined with wax, impress with incredible softness of application and intensity of coverage. The pigments used in the production of Goldfaber crayons are very finely ground to ensure that the crayons are of the highest possible quality. Graphite does not break or crumble under pressure and does not leave unwanted streaks. The crayons' graphite adapts to different drawing techniques and the user's skill level.

If you want to get the most out of the variety and potential of Goldfaber crayons, see how different the shades can be when you layer several colors on top of each other. The order in which the colors are applied is important - layering yellow over blue will produce a different shade than blue over yellow. Another variable when experimenting with crayons is the intensity of color application. Be careful - too thick a layer of color can cause the surface of the paper to stick, making it impossible to apply subsequent layers. This is especially difficult when layering several colors on top of each other. It takes practice, but it's worth experimenting with your own shades. 

You've probably wondered more than once what paper would be best for your drawing. The different range of weights and textures affect the line and thus the final character of the drawing. Nevertheless, we have some tips to help you make the perfect choice. Hot pressed paper is very smooth, produces clearly defined lines and uniform colors and is suitable for detailed, precise drawings. Cold pressed paper has a fine or coarse surface that breaks up smooth lines, creating loose strokes. You can also experiment with colored paper. The brilliance of Goldfaber colored pencils is revealed on dark paper

COLOR: Van Dyck Brown 176

PACKAGE: 1 pc.

COMPANY: Faber-Castell


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