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Polychromos Pastel Crayons

FABER-CASTELL

  • LE 14.50

Color
white
cream
ivory
light yellow glaze
light cadmium yellow
light chrome yellow
cadmium yellow
dark cadmium yellow
dark chrome yellow
phthalo blue
cadmium orange
leaf green
orange glaze
dark cadmium orange
light cadmium red
scarlet red
light magenta
ultramarine
pale geranium lake
fuchsia
rose carmine
middle purple pink
permanent carmine
pink carmine
light purple pink
pink madder lake
dark flesh
medium flesh
light flesh
magenta
crimson
light red-violet
purple violet
blue violet
violet
Light Violet
light ultramarine
Delft blue
madder
cobalt blue
cobalt blue-greenish
light phthalo blue
skyblue
Light Blue
bluish turquoise
helioblue-reddish
middle phthalo blue
cobalt turquoise
light cobalt turquoise
helio turquoise
cobalt green
dark indigo
deep cobalt green
Hooker's green
manganese violet
phthalo green
light phthalo green
emerald green
juniper green
grass green
permanent green olive
earth green yellowish
caput mortuum
may green
light green
earth green
olive green yellowish
chromium green opaque
dark sepia
Van Dyck brown
walnut brown
nougat
bistre
raw umber
Payne's grey
brown ochre
light yellow ochre
dark Naples ochre
Naples yellow
terracotta
burnt ochre
sanguine
cinnamon
Venetian red
Pompeian red
indian red
burnt carmine
red-violet
black
cadmium yellow lemon
middle cadmium red
deep scarlet red
deep red
dark red
alizarin crimson

Polychromos artists’ pastels contain a high level of pigment, and are free of lubricants and wax. The crayons can be smudged to create fine transitions of colour. Harder than the soft pastel crayons, Polychromos crayons are also well suited to drawing. The square cross-section assists in the drawing of very fine details, as well as the shading of larger areas. Polychromos artists' pastels are characterised by their stable consistency, economy of use and excellent adherence to paper, cardboard, wood and stone. Only minimal fixing is required, ensuring that the pastel drawings retain their vividness of colour. Polychromos artists' pastel crayons can be ground into a fine pigment powder using sandpaper, and then mixed with oil, resin or an acrylic medium to form paint.

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