Create your next masterpiece with Art to Art’s range of charcoal pencils - one of the oldest drawing tools! Whether you’re an aspiring artist or professional artist, our charcoal pencils provide great coverage and versatility for all types of artworks. Choose from popular brands like Faber Castell, Staedtler, Mont Marte, Prismacolor and more! Shop drawing supplies at Art to Art and get free shipping when you spend over $100!
Art to Art’s range of high-quality and affordable artist charcoal pencils produce a deep powdery texture that can easily glide across any surface. Available in a range of grades, they’re perfect for creating deep and light strokes.
Our charcoal art pencils feature smooth and hexagon grips, so you have ultimate comfort whilst drawing. For fine details and hatching, use a pencil sharpener or art knife. The smooth formula can also be easily smudged for blending.
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What are charcoal pencils good for?
Charcoal pencils are great for drawing and sketching. Their comfortable shape allows you to create precise and bold lines. You can also create a variety of effects from bold and light tones, fine details, shading and more. They are also suitable for any surface, but best suited to fine toothed art paper.
Are charcoal or graphite pencils better?
It ultimately depends on personal preference and the effect you want to achieve! The powdery texture and bold tone allowscharcoal pencils to be easily smudged, creating a range of effects. Graphite pencils aren’t as messy and produce lighter tones, and are great for creating a variety of effects.
Are charcoal pencils erasable?
Charcoal pencils are very easy to erase! Because charcoal contains less binders than graphite, they are a breeze to erase, so you can easily correct any mistakes. We recommend using a kneaded eraser on your charcoal drawings as they won’t leave any residue behind.