Winsor & Newton Willow Charcoal Medium Sticks Set of 24

Product Code: P003743

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£5.50 RRP: £8.35

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Description

This Winsor & Newton Artists’ Charcoal Assorted pack contains approximately 24 sticks.

  • Each stick of around 14 cm long has been carefully selected to avoid weaknesses and imperfections, then baked to produce consistent, even lines, producing the natural beauty of charcoal drawing without the hassles.
  • All you need to concentrate on is the rich black textures of the finest willow.

Winsor & Newton’s Artists’ Charcoal is also available in Thin and Assorted packs.

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Q&A (2)
Q What is charcoal used for?
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Charcoal is a brittle drawing media that is dense in colour and easy to smudge. This smudging technique is used to create gradients and shadows and makes for a fast and hands on approach to drawing. Charcoal is particularly good for working on quick large scale drawings.

Q Is charcoal water soluble?
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No, charcoal will not solute in water. However you can use turpentine to solute charcoal should you wish.

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5th February 2021 Reviewed by Richard Allen Thicker than I expected but usable

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4th February 2021 Reviewed by Daniel Mc Colgan Started sketching again.

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6th December 2020 Reviewed by Alison Mobbs Exactly what I wanted

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29th November 2020 Reviewed by Anne Rowlands I have not used them yet as they were purchased for a course I am starting in January. They look and feel good quality

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5th May 2020 Reviewed by Anna Goodchild Fabulous feel

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14th April 2020 Reviewed by Morten Hojbjerg I love these

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31st March 2020 Reviewed by David Taylor smooth charcoal

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3rd March 2018 Reviewed by Katie Pole These lovely charcoal sticks are perfect for quick observational drawings. Not as pigmented as I would have hoped for. I would have preferred if they created a deeper shade of black.

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27th February 2018 Reviewed by Fei Phoon Perfect softness.

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3rd October 2017 Reviewed by Virinder Gill Great value and quality.

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22nd August 2017 Reviewed by Guy Shoham Best charcoal available for drawing

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17th October 2016 Reviewed by Denise Hall Used for first time of charcoal drawing in adult ed.class so inexperience about quality enjoyed using it

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11th December 2015 Reviewed by Irene Moisis satsified

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10th December 2015 Reviewed by John Tyson I use the charcoal for drawing and tutoring with chidden in primary schools.

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20th May 2015 Reviewed by Panagiotis Tsarouchis As described :)

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5th May 2015 Reviewed by joannapainter i draw with charcoal mostly and find these particular sticks the most useful as they can be broken easily and without much crumbling

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1st April 2015 Reviewed by Deborah Pugh Excellent charcoal which I use in my life drawings which has an even texture throughout. This is a high quality product suitable for all to use.

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8th October 2014 Reviewed by John Harvie Teenage son says "they're fine". I haven't heard him give better praise in years. Its one stage better than " no bad" and two stages better than "alright"

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9th September 2014 Reviewed by Ioana Sauleac Good for drawing, pretty nice texture. occasionally scratches the paper, but I can work around that.

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16th August 2014 Reviewed by Aage Raud Used for drawing, so far very nice and soft.

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4th June 2014 Reviewed by Violeta Mitchell Tone and shadow.evryone shold have a try.good quality.

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11th April 2014 Reviewed by Anna Jemeljanova Product that I have been using for drawing

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3rd April 2014 Reviewed by Diana Hargreave This is the best quality charcoal to draw with and Cass Arts provides excellent value
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