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Oct '15 ScrawlrBox

Get inspired by Anne Bengard's hauntingly beautiful artwork and test the limits of preconceptions.  Open your mind and think outside the box with this month's supplies to explore the uncanny and the humorous. This box contains a Windsor & Newton Watercolour Marker, a Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer Watercolour Pencil, a Windsor & Newton Cotman Watercolour, a ZIG Watercolour System Brush20 and a Copic Multiliner.

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What was in the box?

Windsor & Newton Watercolour Marker

Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer Watercolour Pencil

Use them dry as you would any normal colour pencil, or add water to create all the effects you’d expect from watercolours but in a convenient pencil form. Their thick, completely water-soluble leads contain superior pigments that are extremely lightfast..

Windsor & Newton Cotman Watercolour

A more traditional watercolour paint and something you might be familiar with when using watercolours. Created from high quality pigments and more affordable alternatives, they have good transparency, excellent tinting strength and working properties.

ZIG Watercolour System Brush20

No need to re-dip your watercolour brush or risk spilling a pot of dirty water over your work. Just fill the barrel with water and away you go! The system uses a retractable valve giving you complete control of how much water is released by gently squeezing the barrel.

Copic Multiliner

Want to add some outlines or fine detail to your work? Then the Multiliner is the perfect tol for the job. Created to withstand inking with colour Copic markers the ink is waterproof, bleed proof, acid-free and of archival quality. So no fading if scanning or copying.

Previous Boxes

Like this box? Then take a look at some of the other Previous boxes still available.