Inktense Single Pencils – Derwent
Derwent Inktense Pencils are perfect for bold, expressive drawings. As versatile as watercolour pencils, but with a firmer texture that allows them to perform with the vibrancy of traditional ink. This product can be used to create a multitude of art, from Manga to silk painting; traditional watercolour effects to stunning illustrations. Derwent Inktense pencils combine the effect of pen and ink in an innovative pencil format. A highly blendable texture and strong, vibrant colours that can be used wet or dry.
The colours will appear vibrant when dry or using a slightly wet paintbrush, the pigment can be washed out to leave an ink-like effect. From vibrant, intense dry colour to translucent, ink-like effects. Once dry, the colour is permanent and other media can be worked over it.
- Water soluble colour pencil.
- Perfect for bold, expressive drawings.
- Pure, vibrant colour washes out to leave a translucent ink-like effect.
- Once dry, the colour wash is permanent and can be embellished with other wet or dry media.
- Blue barrel with colour end tab for easy identification.
- Round 8 mm barrel with a wide 4 mm core.
- Available in 99 brilliant colours & 1 Outliner.
What is the Derwent Inktense Outliner pencil? The outliner pencil is a non-water-soluble pencil that can be used to create line and wash drawings. This non-soluble Outliner pencil writes like a normal graphite pencil and will not fade or smudge when exposed to water, ink, and other wet media. This pencil is the perfect addition to the Inktense range.
Colour Disclaimer. Actual colours may vary since every computer monitor has a different capability to display colours and everyone sees these colours differently. We cannot guarantee that the colour you see accurately portrays the true colour of the product.
Lightfastness rating (LF) = 3,4 – FAIR, MODERATE | 5,6 – GOOD, VERY GOOD | 7,8 – EXCELLENT. V – Vegan-friendly.
Derwent uses the Blue Wool Scale (ISO 105) to evaluate lightfastness. Lightfastness refers to the chemical stability of a pigment under long exposure to light.
A scale of 1-8 is obtained, with values of 6 or higher being considered to be highly lightfast and, under museum conditions, will not fade for 100+ years
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