Featuring a beautiful, creamy consistency, these triangular bars of solid, highly pigmented color offer artists unlimited creative potential.
Derwent Artbars feel luxuriously smooth as they release consistently rich, deep pigment. The
Derwent understands the importance of different tones, and the Artbar color range reflects that, with colors arranged in four tonal groups: Brights, Pales, Earths, and Darks.
Brights provide the best base color for a subject, handy for vivid flowers and exciting abstract work. Pales are lighter shades that bring out highlights, perfect for portraits. Earths offer the
Dry or wet, Artbar opens up a world of expressive
Artbars measure 3-¾" long, with triangular edges that are ¼" long.
Set of 12 — This set includes Cyan, Magenta, Process Yellow, Primary Red, Primary Blue, Tertiary Orange, Tertiary Purple, Tertiary Green, Raw Umber, Payne's Gray, Black, and White.
Set of 24 — This set includes Primary Yellow, Primary Red, Strawberry, Iris, Primary Blue, Kiwi, Wheat, Mango, Blush, Blue Lace, Spearmint, Beige, Honeycomb, Paprika, Pacific Blue, Green Earth, Prairie, Raw Umber, Burnt Umber, Alizarin, Dark Indigo, Dark Forest, Black, and Opaque White.
Set of 36 — This set includes Primary Yellow, Tertiary Orange, Primary Red, Strawberry, Iris, Primary Blue, Process Cyan, Turquoise, Kiwi, Wheat, Pale Lemon, Mango, Blush, Lilac, Blue Lace, Beige, Spearmint, Pink Oxide, Honeycomb, Paprika, Praline, Pacific Blue, Mid Gray, Green Earth, Prairie, Raw Umber, Cocoa, Burnt Umber, Alizarin, Dark Indigo, Midnight, Dark Turquoise, Dark Forest, Black, Blue Gray, and Opaque White.
Spritzer — The Spritzer is a useful tool for spraying water over your Artbar marks. To dampen your work instead of dipping your brush in water, spray from a long distance and mist over larger areas. Or you can get in close and spray into color lines to make the pigments disperse.
Shave 'n' Save — The Shave 'n' Save allows you to sharpen your Artbar and also collect the shavings for future use. Sprinkle the shavings over your drawings and work them over the top of your image with your fingers and a bit of moisture to create interesting, textured surfaces.
Scraper — A useful tool for scratching into the surface of your drawings, the Scraper can be used to reveal underlying layers of color when used on dry Artbar marks. Choose from a variety of scraping edges, including thin points, fat edges, and a zigzag area.
Shipping Note — Due to manufacturer distribution restrictions, Derwent products cannot be shipped to addresses outside of North America.
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