Great watercolours pencils that offer the control of a coloured pencil and can be mixed with water to create interesting colour flows. They’re not as bright as Inktense pencils and blocks so they’re ideal if you like to do more subtle watercolour paintings. The soft texture of the core makes them easy to blend and layer and you can create a variety of effects by adding water, from bold images to delicate washes. Watercolour pencils are not permanent so once the colour is dry you can re-wet it and move it about again.
Watercolour is not permanent, so you can re-wet a section and move the colour around again. Ideal if you like to do more subtle paintings.
“I was pleasantly surprised at the depth of colour that can be achieved with these pencils. A lot of my paintings involve dark darks and bright colours, both of which I found easily possible, with the added bonus of accuracy from a sharp pencil when drawing.” Caroline Blesis