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Derwent Procolour - Tin of 72 Pencils

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This fantastic set includes all 72 colours in this fantastic range.

Derwent Procolour pencils are the perfect combination of a strong point and smooth laydown, with a texture that has the covering power of wax yet glides like an oil. The richly pigmented pencils maintain a sharp point for detailed drawing while minima…
This fantastic set includes all 72 colours in this fantastic range.

Derwent Procolour pencils are the perfect combination of a strong point and smooth laydown, with a texture that has the covering power of wax yet glides like an oil. The richly pigmented pencils maintain a sharp point for detailed drawing while minimal dusting keeps work clean and smudge-free.

Derwent Procolour is the latest addition to Derwent's professional range of coloured pencils. Procolour combines the best of the Artists and Coloursoft ranges, featuring the strong point of Artists with the laydown of Coloursoft - giving artists long-lasting precision with a smooth laydown.

The unique formulation within each Procolour pencil promises a clean finish every time. Professional artists have praised the range for its strong point, vibrant and smooth colours, colour-mixing and layering abilities and bright tones on a wide range of artists' paper. Procolour pencils also blend beautifully with a range of mediums and artists accessories, including blending pens and paper stumps.

Key Product Features:
- A strong core & point, minimal chipping & dusting
- Smooth colour laydown, non-waxy finish
- Highly rich pigmentation
- Blends easily with mediums, blender pens
- Vegan-friendly
- Available in 72 rich & vibrant colours
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RRP £149.99
SAA PRICE £134.99

Availability: In stock

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Posted by Keith Turner, Tuesday, 15 January 2019 on product Derwent Procolour - Tin of 72 Pencils

Question:

What is the best paper to use with Derwent Procolour pencils

Answers:

  • Posted by Joshua Grant on Tuesday, 15 January 2019

    Hi Keith, 

    Thank you for your question - There is no 'best paper' to use. A lot of it depends on what finish you would like. Anita Pounder actually likes to use Rough Watercolour paper as she likes the texture. You could always purchase a trial pack of drawing paper, stock code DPTP. This is inexpensive and provides you with a range of surfaces to test your new pencils on!

    Thanks,
    Tara

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