Tag Archives: Faber-Castell

Pencils: Faber-Castell Polychromos Coloured Pencils (review)

Faber-Castell is a company that’s probably right up there with Derwent in terms of well-known coloured pencil brands. Most of us probably had one or the other in our school days (or at least, their children’s grade equivalents), and for … Continue reading

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Coloured Pencils: Toucan (demonstration)

Time for another coloured pencil demonstration! This one is based on a photo of a toucan by Cindy Fry in the Photos For Artists Facebook group. I thought this beautiful brightly coloured bird would make a nice model for a … Continue reading

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Coloured Pencil and Watercolour Pencil Brands (comparison)

With the multitude of coloured pencil brands to choose from, it’s understandable that the beginner artist might face some confusion when trying to decide which one is best for them. This can depend on several factors, from colour range and … Continue reading

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Markers and Pens: Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pens (review)

About five years ago when I was stocking shelves in the stationery section at my retail job, I came across some packets of Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pens. I had never really used any markers, aside from those cheap ones they … Continue reading

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Oil Pastels: Faber-Castell Creative Studio Oil Pastels (review)

At some point during my childhood, someone (probably my grandmother) had bought me a box of Faber-Castell Creative Studio oil pastels. I’m sure I must have played around with them briefly but for the most part, they sat in the … Continue reading

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