The colour of the Conté à Paris "Sepia" pencil is reminiscent of burn’t umber. This pencil shades easily.
With a sharpened lead: you achieve an accurate and delicate finish.
With a half-worn lead: the finish becomes more opaque as the pressure exerted on the pencil increases.
Recommended for : - Rough sketches - Nudes : enables the most contrasted parts of the body to be shaded - Portraits : emphasises and highlights the value of a face - Landscapes : instantly gives the colour of a tree trunk or the facade of a house.
The first colour pencil Derwent ever developed, and still one of the most popular on the market. Artists has a traditional, round wooden barrel and a large diameter, break-resistant colour strip. Perfect for broad strokes and free, expressive drawing,
Artists’ slightly waxy texture is ideal for multiple layering and blending to produce an infinite spectrum of subtly different hues and tints.