Viarco Large Watersoluble Graphite Pencils Set of 2 Soft B

Product Code: P022259

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These new ArtGraf Graphite Sticks from Viarco contain a unique blend of graphite and binders allowing them to be used both dry or with water soluble techniques.

  • When drawing and sketching, artists are able to achieve a large range of washes and grey just buy adding little water.
  • Made in Portugal using the finest water soluble graphite, these sticks are so versatile they would make a welcome addition to any artists’ toolkit.
  • This set contains two ArtGraf sticks.
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Q&A (2)
Q What pencil grade do I need?

Graphite pencils come in various weights and are graded from H (Hard) to B (Black). H pencils will tend to be used by architects, graphic designers and artists who illustrate fine details. The hardness of the graphite allows the pencil to make precise markings with little smudging. B pencils will tend to be used by artists for sketching. The soft lead is easily blend able and can be used to create shading and achieve tonal effects. Soft graphite is easy to smudge which is often used as an effect when drawing.

Q Are pencils graded universally?

All graphite pencils are graded from H (Hard) to B (Black). However, these grades are not strictly universal. For example, some brands may use a softer graphite during their manufacturing process than others. However, these differences are slight and the choice between which brands to buy will mostly come down to personal preference.

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