Where did the idea come from to develop a matt graphite pencil?
In art, the optimal presentation of artworks, whether physically in an exhibition or digitally on websites and art platforms, is very important. Light exposure is a recurring challenge. In unfavourable lighting conditions, light reflections can even swallow up details of the drawing. This can also happen when digitising drawings for the Internet (e.g. by photographing or scanning). This problem is now countered by Faber Castell Pitt Graphite Matt Pencils, which with its matt formula leaves little or no room for light reflections.
What is the difference between the Pitt Graphite Matt and regular pencils?
The Pitt Graphite Matt pencil has a matt finish that produces very few or no light reflections. This means, that no details of the drawing are lost due to light reflection from any angle. And digitising (photographing, scanning) without reflections is also simple.