Excellent for blending and smoothing pastels, charcoal, graphite or any other dry media. Double-ended, pointed and made from soft, gray paper felt these stumps are easily sharpened with a sandpaper block. Available in packages of two per size, except for the 6-Piece Set which contains one each of six sizes (1/8", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8" and 7/16").
More abrasive than stumps, tortillons are excellent for rapid, thin blending on pencil, charcoal or pastel drawings. Comprised of rolled paper, these single-ended, spiral-wound tools are easily sharpened with a sandpaper block. Each package contains six tortillons. The assorted set includes two each of 3/16", 1/4" and 5/16" tortillons.
A stump is a cylindrical drawing tool, typically made of soft paper, but can also be made of felt or leather, that is tightly wound into a stick and sanded to a point at both ends. It is used by artists' to smudge or blend marks made with charcoal, crayon, pencil or other drawing media. By its use, gradations and half tones can be produced.
These colorless solvent based blenders create amazing watercolor effects with artist colored pencils. They blend, unify and soften pencil strokes. They are acid-free, low-odor, non-bleeding and fast-drying. The pens feature two different tips, a bullet point on one end and a brush tip on the other.
Chamois is natural, soft, pliable and absorbent. It is perfect for blending pastels and charcoal, aiding in creating effects with watercolors and smoothing clay surfaces.
Double-ended, pointed and made from soft, gray paper felt, stumps are excellent for blending and smoothing pastels, charcoal, graphite or any other dry media. More abrasive than stumps, the tortillons are excellent for rapid, thin blending on pencil, charcoal or pastel drawings. They are comprised of spiral-wound rolled paper and are single-ended. Both are easily sharpened with a sandpaper block. This 10-piece set includes six tortillons and four stumps in mixed sizes.
This chamois is an essential artist’s tool for working in various mediums. The chamois can be used wet for refining surfaces and wet finishing, or can be used dry for polishing and buffing.