Winsor & Newton Willow Charcoal Thin Sticks Set of 24

Product Code: P003742

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£5.50 RRP: £6.85

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Description

This Winsor & Newton Artists’ Charcoal Assorted pack contains approximately 24 thin sticks, ideal for fine details.

  • 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 Medium 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?
A

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

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18th February 2021 Reviewed by Joseph Cox Great control and feel, lovely to use

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18th February 2021 Reviewed by Jane Hooper Great

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8th January 2021 Reviewed by Luisa Steedman Excellent as always, very useful for finer details and shading.

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10th June 2020 Reviewed by Dean Benstock Sketch areas on canvas works well with the product

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13th May 2020 Reviewed by Hoi Yin Tsui I prefer fine nib fountain pens any way so no regret in buying thin willow sticks giving me excellent sharp controllable lines coupled with my NITRAM baton charcoal which is softer, these charcoal thin sticks give a definite strong line.

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17th February 2019 Reviewed by Louise Shaw Superb for large scale drawings used on both it’s side and end on.

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27th September 2017 Reviewed by Alan Hudson life drawing

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15th September 2017 Reviewed by Mia Franks Good quality charcoal but this is what I expect fron W&N. It is 50 years since I last bought some and it has not changed.

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19th February 2016 Reviewed by Jane Silverman Helping me to draw finer lines in charcoal!

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19th September 2014 Reviewed by Michal Janowski value for money
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