Caran d’Ache Graphite Line

Posted by Rachel Westall on 11 October 2021

Caran d'Ache is a Swiss manufacturing company of art materials and writing instruments. The company, established in 1915, produces a wide range of products including colored pencils, graphite pencils, pastels, fountain pens, ballpoint pens, mechanical pencils, markers, gouache paints, and ink cartridges.The Swiss-made Caran d'Ache Graphite Line gives artists the chance to compose their own graphite range and explore all the shades of black by exploring the wide and regular ranges of graduation.

Caran d’Ache Graphite Line - Swiss Made Get the most out of all the shades of black:
Wide and regular range of graduation
·Technalo, graphite pencils, water-soluble lead, 3 graduations (B, 3B, 6B)
·Technalo RGB pencil, water-soluble lead, 3 shades, red, green and blue
·Graphwood, extra fine graphite pencils, 15 graduations (4H – 9B)
·15mm Graphcube, concentrate of raw material, 3 shades, red, green and blue
·Grafstone, pure graphite leads, 3 graduations (HB, 3B, 6B)
·Charcoal pencil
·100 per cent soft natural charcoal
·Certified FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)
·The line is completed by the Technik Eraser, sharpener, a stump
·Metal storage box

Techniques: Washes, Water Colours, Stippling, Shading, Writing, Sketches, Graduation, Blurring, Technical and Artistic drawing and Mixed Techniques

Caran d’Ache Technalo RGB and Graphcube RGB Technalo RGB and Graphcube RGB
The power of Graphite fused with the magic of water-soluble colour
·2 in 1 tools that combine the qualities of a colour pencil with water-soluble lead and a graphite pencil to meet the discerning requirements of artists and creative professionals
·Available in assortments and individually
·Coloured graphite pencils and cubes
·Hardness: 3B
·Three shades: red, green, blue
·Exceptional lightfastness, dry or water-soluble
·RGB name inspired by the famous digital coding system
·Certified FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)
·Lead 3mm
Techniques: Urban sketching, Calligraphy, Cartoon drawings, Coloured shadows and superimposition, Monochrome studies adding a subtle hue.

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