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Drawing a cloth towel with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
Strong light contrast make your drawing look more vivid and interesting.
Drawing a tomato with Albrecht Dürer Magnus
Reflections help the object look more vivid and interesting, almost real.
Hand Lettering in metallic tones
Metallic tones give your cards an extra special look - so bright and shiny!
Hand Lettering in green tones
Delicate green tones are perfect for spring fever!
Hand Lettering in Black and Red
Hand Lettering is so trendy! Try it out and use colours!
Hand Lettering in pastel tones
Our Pitt Artist Artist Pen range provides lovely pastel tones. Try it out!
Handlettering "Home is where the heart is"
Get creative with our Tutorial "Home is where your heart is" and our Pitt Artist Pens Metallic!
Hand Lettering "Never too old to dream"
The Tutorial "Never too old to dream" with the Pitt Artist Pen ink pen makes you dream...
Hand Lettering "Wünsch dir was"
Our Tutorial "Wünsch dir was" with the Pitt Artist Pen ink pen is a very special present!
Design your own cards for Valentine's Day.
Choose a templates and surprise your loved one with a romantic greeting.
Much delight with Soft Pastels!
We want to inspire you – with our finest quality and rich colours.
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Create your own Christmas cards with much love and creativity.
Basic techniques with Goldfaber
We will show you howsimple it is to create beautiful pictures using Goldfaber colour pencils.
Colouring Reindeer
The perfect template for some cold days in winter...
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!
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.
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