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Sgraffito technique
Sgraffito is the technique in which an underlying layer is revealed by scratching or scraping the top one away.
Blending technique
The new Faber-Castell colour pencil range Goldfaber is ideal for this technique.
Setting Up a Still Life
Composing a still life gives you a great deal of control over the subject.
Creating depth & form with light & shadow
We’ll walk you through how to achieve depth and form for a realistic painting.
Creating exciting backgrounds
You will learn new techniques for painting exciting backgrounds.
Unique frames and borders
You don’t need much formal preparation to begin doodling!
Decorative embellishments
It’s time to take your lettering to the next level!
Impressive shapes
Lettering freehand can lead to lovely art - try it!
Effectful negative lettering
Negative space is the area around and between the subject of an image!
Illuminated lettering
The term “illuminated” means “to be filled with light.”
Lively brush lettering
Start an approach to beautiful writing!
Tangly letters
A few simple patterns can create endless pieces of art.
Easy peasy lettering
“Doodle”: It’s fun, it’s liberating, and anyone can do it.
Matching Themes and Letters
Just imagine sea salt in the air and sand between your toes...
Great 3-D Effects
Discover the illusion of depth, as well as width and height.
Anime Art / Manga - Basic technics
Explore the basic elements of Anime Art and develope your own style...
How to draw and colour a pot with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
Learn how to draw a pot with delicate flowers.
How to draw and colour a hammer with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
How to draw a hammer of wood and metal.
How to colour a water glass with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
With this step by step instruction you can colour a water glass with the Albrecht Dürer Magnus pencils and a special technique.
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!
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