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Basic techniques with Goldfaber Aqua
Watercolours are transparent and can be mixed to give new shades of colour.
How to use Water Brush techniques
The waterbrush transforms roughly drawn lines into smooth transitions (soft drawing) in the blink of an eye.
How to use the Water Brush: Wet-on-Wet
The colours flow into each other in a uncontrolled and artistic way.
How to use the Water Brush: Watercolouring
The fully water soluble Faber-Castell artists' pencils create a perfect symbiosis with the waterbrush.
How to use the Water Brush: Spritzing
Colour spritzing can be used to create an unparalleled sense of airiness in watercolour artworks.
How to use the Water Brush: Scratching
The integrated grooves on the cap are perfect for creative effects!
How to use the Water Brush: Scraping
With the wedge-shaped side of the cap, the dissolved paint can be moved easily over the paper to create unusual structures like with a paint knife.
Basic techniques with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
Albrecht Dürer Magnus is ideal for large-scale drawing and covering large areas quickly. The voluminous pencil shape is gentle.
Basic techniques with Albrecht Dürer Artists’ Watercolour Pencils
The leads can be transformed completely into watercolour paints, and have a high level of light-fastness and break-resistance.