The Cretacolor Monolith Graphite is a stick of pure graphite protected by a thin lacquer coating (to minimise mess). Broad or fine strokes can be applied with equal ease.These graphite sticks can be sharpened with a regular sharpener.
Cretacolor Sepia Oil is a variation of the traditional dry sketching pencil. It lays down smooth, deep colour which is totally water resistant. The pencil will not smear and is complimentary with all traditional sketching mediums.
A traditional sketching pencil, Cretacolor Sepia pencils lay down a dry, smudgeable highly pigmented colour. It can be mixed with other colours and is excellent for all drawing techniques.
This set offers a basic assortment for drawing and sketching with Graphite.
Contents: Fine Art Graphite Pencils HB, 2B, 4B, Graphite Stick wide 2B, Monolith Graphite Pencil 4B (with protective cap), polishing leather 75 x 75 mm one of each - HB, 2H, 2B, 4B, 6B & 8B
1 Sepia Light pencil
1 Sanguine pencil
1 White Chalk pencil
1 Charcoal pencils1 Nero pencils
1 Graphite Monolith
1 Sanguine burnt stick
1 Sketching coal
1 Kneadable Eraser
1 Paper Stump
Many pencil artists struggle to find that elusive 'blacker than black' line that doesn't have the shine of traditional graphite. There are a bewildering array of types of these pencils on the market with some using ink in the mix, some using charcoal, some using oil. Here we gather together a selection for you to try to see if you can find that perfect black line!