A metal tin with 12 of the Lyra Art Design Graphite pencils.
6B, 5B, 4B, 3B, 2B, B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, 4H
Shaped like a traditional Carpenter's pencil the Lyra Rembrandt Carpenter Sketching pencil is flat which is ideal for shading larger areas or for use in calligraphy. Usually sharpened with a knife this pencil is water resistant.
Comes in 2 grades L2038104 - 4B and L2038106 - 6B
Formerly known as the 874 sketching pencil.
Lyra Titan Pencils are solid sticks of graphite lacquered on the outside to prevent too much mess! These can be sharpened like an ordinary pencil for detailed work or broken up and used flat for larger shaded areas. Because they are solid graphite the Titan are much more economical than standard pencils.
Lyra Rembrandt Charcoal Pencils have a beautiful, soft, powdery core which is perfect for outlining or sketching. They are blendable and water soluble which means a huge number of effects can be achieved. A hugely versatile traditional sketching medium, the charcoal pencil is an essential tool for all artists. A fixative must be applied to preserve the finished drawing.
They come in 3 grades soft - L2034001, medium - L2034002, hard - L2034003.
Formerly known as Lyra Charcoal 306
The Lyra Rembrandt Oil Based Carbon Pencil has a perfectly combined core of charcoal and graphite. An extremely fine grained core means a smooth, clean laydown. The work can be smeared with fingers or paper sticks. For softer grades the use of a fixative is recommended but not essential.
The pencil comes in 5 grades. L2035001 8B extra soft - L2035002 5B soft - L2035003 HB medium - L2035004 H hard - L2035005 3H extra hard.
This pencil was formerly known as Lyra Rembrandt 308 Carbon Pencil.
The Lyra Rembrandt Sanguine Oil Pencil is a traditional monochrome sketching pencil. The core is oil based so requires no fixative. This makes the pencil extremely popular for unplanned portraits or sketches in the field.
This pencil was formerly known as Red Chalk oil based pencil No 300.
A versatile monochrome sketching pastel pencil, the Lyra Rembrandt Sanguine Dry pencil can be blended and is perfect for portraits and shading. The drawing can be worked with paper stumps or kneadable eraser. A fixative is required to protect the finished work.
This pencil was formerly known as Red Chalk No 301.
The Lyra Rembrandt Dark Sepia pencil is a dry blendable pencil. It is very well suited to landscapes, life drawings and shading. It is a traditional monochrome drawing pencil which is water soluble and the finished work must be protected with a fixative.
This pencil was formerly known as Lyra Rembrandt Dark Sepia No303 Grease Free Pencil.
The Lyra Rembrandt Light Sepia Dry pencil is particularly good for landscapes, nudes and anytime there is a need to create wonderful shading effects. Drawings can be blended with a kneadable eraser, paper stump or just your fingers. The pencils are water soluble but will need a fixative to preserve the finished work.
This pencil was formerly known as Lyra Rembrandt Light Sepia No302 Grease Free Pencil.
The Lyra Rembrandt Black Pastel Pencil gives smooth, intense colour. It is ideal for creating outlines for charcoal or pastel drawings. It is water soluble, blendable, and can be mixed with other traditional monochrome sketching pencils such as Sanguine, Sepia and Charcoal. A fixative must be used to protect the finished project.
This pencil was formerly known as Lyra Rembrandt Black Chalk No305
The Lyra White Pastel pencil has a beautiful pure white core which has high covering power on black or coloured card. It can be blended with soft eraser, paper stump or fingers. It is excellent for highlighting drawings made with other traditional sketching pencils such as Sepia, Sanguine or Charcoal. Also available in a medium grade, the finished work must be preserved with a fixative.
A high quality traditional sketching pencil, the Lyra Rembrandt White Pastel Pencil Medium is an excellent tool for highlighting and complimenting works done with charcoal, sepia and sanguine. It is perfect for blending and also can be bought in a soft grade. A fixative must be used to preserve the finished work.