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Featured Brand: Create with Derwent Pencils

16th October 2018 by Cass Art
Featured Brand: Create with Derwent Pencils

The only pencil manufacturer in the UK, Derwent have been making drawing materials since 1832. Made in the Lake District, Derwent pencils are a favourite among artists. So, whether you require a drawing tool to create line art and pencil sketches, artist coloured pencils or watercolour pencils, Derwent has a pencil to suit you.

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How to: Get your drawing game on with Inktober

2nd October 2018 by Cass Art
How to: Get your drawing game on with Inktober

Love drawing games? Always looking for things to draw? Like to get handy with an ink pen? Then get on-board with Inktober, a month-long drawing challenge where you can show off and share your ink drawing.

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Featured Products: An Introduction to Copic markers

6th September 2018 by Cass Art
Featured Products: An Introduction to Copic markers

When it comes to alcohol markers, Copic markers are the first choice of pen for professional illustrators and graphic artists. Copic are the highest quality alcohol markers in the world. Originally developed for Japanese manga artists, they are now also widely used by comic artists, architects, product designers, graphic designers, industrial designers, calligraphers, quilters, scrapbookers, and for journaling and mixed media arts too. Once you try Copic marker pens for yourself it’s easy to see why.

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"How to Draw" - Urban Landscape tips by Jake Spicer

6th June 2018 in How To by Cass Art

digest book, aptly titled “How to Draw”. The lessons and exercises range from five minutes to over an hour, covering every subject and location, from still life to portraits. These carefully balanced lessons naturally follow on from each other, giving you exactly what they need to gain confidence as an artist.

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ARTIST GARY LAWRENCE WINS THE JERWOOD DRAWING PRIZE 2017

19th October 2017 by Cass Art
ARTIST GARY LAWRENCE WINS THE JERWOOD DRAWING PRIZE 2017

Selected from original drawings, the Jerwood Drawing Prize is the largest and longest-running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK, artist Gary Lawrence is this year's winner. Read More.

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Modern Lettering: Artist Interview with Calligrapher Rebecca Cahill Roots

17th August 2017 in Interviews by Cass Art
Modern Lettering: Artist Interview with Calligrapher Rebecca Cahill Roots

Re-discover the joy of putting pen to paper with Rebecca Cahill Roots' new guide to calligraphy. Master modern letter forms and inject some personality into your penmanship, as the founder of Betty Etiquette takes your through her creative challenges and top tips. Read More.

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Interview with Artist & Designer Jon Burgerman: Doodles, Scrawls & Scribbles

16th August 2017 in Interviews by Cass Art
Interview with Artist & Designer Jon Burgerman: Doodles, Scrawls & Scribbles

Doodles, Scribbles and Scrawls: Placed between fine art and pop culture, we caught up with 'Professional Doodler' Jon Burgerman to find out more about his animated drawings and the inspiration behind his new creative guide 'Daily Doodle Book. Read More.

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ARTIST INTERVIEW: BARBARA WALKER WINS THE DRAWING ROOM BURSARY AWARD 2017

14th August 2017 by Cass Art
ARTIST INTERVIEW: BARBARA WALKER WINS THE DRAWING ROOM BURSARY AWARD 2017

Every two years Drawing Room in London offers an artist the opportunity to develop a body of work over a number of weeks using the gallery either as a studio, or to present their work for public exhibition, or a combination of the two. Selection is through a process of invited nominations from curators, artists, writers and academics around the UK and Ireland. Artists are then invited to submit an application. Birmingham based artist Barbara Walker has been selected for the 2017 Bursary Award. We caught up with Barbara to find out more about her work.

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How To: Use Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers on Different Surfaces

14th August 2017 in How To by Cass Art
How To: Use Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers on Different Surfaces

Take a look at which surfaces work best with the new revolutionary Winsor & Newton Pigment Markers, from foam board to canvas to tracing paper, and check out the different results

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How To: Start Painting with Watercolour Sticks

2nd June 2017 in How To and Materials by Cass Art
How To: Start Painting with Watercolour Sticks

Explore Watercolour painting in the form of a Professional Stick, brought to you by Winsor & Newton. Read our top tips and watch an inspiring user-friendly video

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