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Derwent Waterbrush & Watercolour Pad Special Offer

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Derwent Waterbrush Medium Tip

The Derwent Waterbrush is perfect for taking out into the field; no need for water pots and endless traditional brushes! They are portable, easy to use and great alongside any water-soluble pencils and sticks.

The brushes house water in the barrel of the brush which is supplied to the…
Derwent Waterbrush Medium Tip

The Derwent Waterbrush is perfect for taking out into the field; no need for water pots and endless traditional brushes! They are portable, easy to use and great alongside any water-soluble pencils and sticks.

The brushes house water in the barrel of the brush which is supplied to the fibre tip via a valve, giving a constant flow of water when the brush meets paper. For wet on wet techniques just add slight pressure to the barrel and to clean it simply apply pressure to the barrel and the dirty water will work its way out of the brush.

The Waterbrushes have a patented valve that stops water from leaking and potentially ruining artwork. This medium Waterbrush is perfect for broader strokes.


Derwent Watercolour Pad A5

Derwent's beautifully smooth natural wove Watercolour Paper has been especially developed for use with water-soluble pencils, but it can also team up with all types of water-soluble media; particularly Derwent's Artbar range and their Inktense Blocks.

The superior smooth texture of the new Derwent Watercolour Paper makes it incredibly versatile; it enhances your pencil work whether wet or dry, and is ideal for intricate watercolour paintings as well as even washes of colour, or a combination of the two!

The heavy weight 300gsm paper responds well to washes but Derwent recommend that the paper is stretched prior to use if a particularly large area is to be covered or a heavy wash used.

Each pad contains 12 sheets of 300gsm, white, acid free watercolour paper.
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Our Price £14.32

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