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    Do sepia coloured lead pencils exist?

    Hey guys, I've been struggling to find any lead based sepia pencils, I can only seem to find wax or pastel based (e.g.http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0014ZOQN2/ref=oh_details_o04_s00_i00).

    So...
  2. Art: Can anyone recommend paint brush brands for oil painting?

    Hey guys, I've started oil painting and I was wondering if anyone could recommend any brushes for alla prima oil painting? I've been using Windsor and Newton Winton brushes and they seem much better...
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    What are the best sepia pencils?

    Not sure if this is the right forum for this, mods please move if not. I was wondering what you guys think the best sepia/sanguine pencils are?

    I've been trying to find a decent set for a while,...
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    I find that they don't seem to blend at all, and...

    I find that they don't seem to blend at all, and once a line is down, it can't be lifted by an eraser. They feel almost like a wax crayon. But again, I can never be sure if it's my inexperience or if...
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    Has anyone used Derwent Drawing Pencils?

    What are your opinions on them?

    I love the sepia colours that they have but I think they're too waxy for my taste and I can't seem to draw properly with them, but that could just be me not knowing...
  6. Thanks for all the replies and help guys, it's...

    Thanks for all the replies and help guys, it's been incredibly informative. I'm currently reading through 'Realism Vs Construction' thread.



    Could you please elaborate on perspective? I...
  7. Is there more than one methods of construction?

    I've just started drawing and I'm really struggling with constructing forms (particularly faces) and general measuring. I've been skimming through the forums here and found the Reilly Method which...
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