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MyArTool Artist Willow Charcoal Sticks for Sketching and Drawing

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Willow charcoal is a long and thin charcoal stick that is the result of burning willow sticks in a kiln without air. It is made from the twigs of willow trees, burned to a degree of precise hardness for drawing.

Full length sticks are approx. 135mm long and available in the following diameters: Thin 2-4mm, box of 25, Medium 4-5mm, box of 25, Thick 5-7mm, box of 25, Extra Thick 7-9mm, box of 25, 4 different diameters available.

A superior vine charcoal, with a smooth texture and black in colour, it is the choice of many artists. Willow charcoal gives soft, subtle grays that are easy to erase. Natural variations in the willow can create variations in texture and tone. Their smooth mark, deep black hue and uniform texture create an indispensable drawing tool for fine artists.

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These rich, soft charcoal sticks are made from burnt willow twigs, measure approximately 5-1/2" long and are available in 4 different diameters: thin (2-4mm), medium (4-5mm), thick (5-7mm), extra thick (7-9mm), box of 25 sticks.

Note: Once you have completed an artwork in charcoal it is important to “fix” your work to prevent smudging. This can be done using a fixative spray.

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MyArTool Artist Willow Charcoal Sticks for Sketching and Drawing

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