Inktense Blocks Tin Sets – Derwent

R329.00R1 959.00

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Watercolour Inktense blocks combine the brilliant colours of Inktense pencils with the freedom of blocks making it easy to cover large areas really quickly. You can use these watercolour blocks dry or dip into water to create deep, intense colour washes.

Once dry the colour is permanent and other media can be used on top of the dry Inktense pigment.

Features

  • Easy to blend colours, can be mixed and layered to create an infinite range of hues and tints.
  • Firm consistent texture produces minimal dusting.
  • Square shape is ideal for both fine and detail and broad, expressive strokes.
  • So versatile they can be used wet or dry, or mixed with other media.
  • Tin sets of 12, 24, 36 & 72

 

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ImageSizeQuantityAdd to CartPriceStockSKU
Derwent-Inktense-Blocks-12-Tin-Set-frontSet of 12
R329.00In Stock
Derwent-Inktense-Blocks-24-Tin-Set-frontSet of 24
R655.001 in Stock
Derwent-Inktense-Blocks-36-Tin-Set-frontSet of 36
R979.002 in Stock
Derwent-Inktense-Blocks-72-Tin-Set-frontSet of 72
R1 959.00In Stock

All the brilliance of the Inktense pencils but in a chunky block making it easy to cover large areas really quickly. Just like the pencils, the blocks can be used dry, but they really come into their own when mixed with water and the colour turns into vibrant ink. Once dry the colour is permanent and other media can be worked over it . Also ideal for using on silk and cotton!

Features: Easy to blend colours, can be mixed and layered to create an infinite range of hues and tints.

Firm consistent texture produces minimal dusting.

Square shape is ideal for both fine and detail and broad, expressive strokes.

So versatile they can be used wet or dry, or mixed with other media.

Tin sets of 12, 24, 36 & 72

View Colour Chart

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