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Faber-Castell 26ct Getting Started Watercolor Pencils

Item# 210-80769249-AF | Model# 80769249 | Added on February 5, 2017 |
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Faber-Castell 26ct Getting Started Watercolor Pencils
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See your artwork come to life with Faber-Castell Getting Started Watercolor Pencils Set. This Getting Started Set comes with 8 Grip Watercolor Pencils (Red, Yellow, Blue, Orange, Violet, Green, Magenta and Black), 12 sheets of watercolor paper, 3 practice grid watercolor sheets, 1 paintbrush, 1 sharpener and a 21 page illustrated instruction booklet. Grip Watercolor Pencils feature a special formula that blends easily and doesn’t flake on you! The watercolor pencils included have the very best pigments that provide rich colors with a smooth color lay down that is fully water-soluble and instantly dissolves into a beautiful watercolor wash right before your eyes. All Faber-Castell pencils are built to last! With an SV bonding process, Faber pencils are glued the entire length of the barrel resulting in easy sharpening, durability, and break-resistant leads that will not fall out. Faber-Castell Grip Watercolor Pencils feature an ergonomic triangular shape and special grip dots that allow young artists to learn proper grip and helps with hand fatigue while using the pencils for a long duration of time. The triangular shape also keeps the pencils from rolling off your desk or work space. This set is a great gift for the artist in your life, with everything included that is needed to watercolor paint! This set is good for beginner artists or children with included illustrated instructions that features techniques and tips! The materials are kid-friendly, non-toxic, acid free and ... read more
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