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Coates Charcoal

Coates willow charcoal has been recognised as one of the best drawing charcoals around the globe, and has been loved by many artists over the centuries. Available in a wide range of thicknesses for all your artistic needs, you can  shop Coates willow charcoal online and get same day dispatch Australia-wide. Plus, free shipping when you spend over $100.

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Coates Charcoal Powder 125ml

$19.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Sticks Large Tree

$7.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Extra Thick 4pk

$11.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Half Sticks 30pk

$11.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Sticks Assorted 20pk

$11.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Sticks Thick 12pk

$11.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Sticks Scene 12pk

$14.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Sticks Thin 25pk

$11.95

Coates Willow Charcoal Sticks Medium 25pk

$11.95

Coates Charcoal

Coates has been producing charcoal from their own renewable willow beds since 1819. With years of experience, they have perfected a fine drawing tool that produces bold, large and precise strokes. Coates willow charcoal also features a smooth texture, creating a silky black tone that’s ideal for creating rich gradients and various techniques. Use on art paper, pastel paper, canvas and watercolour paper sheets

 

To enhance your work, Coates willow charcoal can also be used alongside watercolour paint, gouache paint, acrylic paint and soft pastels

 

Buy drawing charcoal at Art to Art today and get free shipping when you spend over $100. Same day dispatch Australia-wide. You can also buy now and pay later with Afterpay. In need of more art materials? Don't forget to check out our charcoal pencils, art erasers, and art pencils.

 

 

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What's the difference between charcoal and willow charcoal?

Willow charcoal is smoother in texture and is generally more brittle compared to compressed charcoal. It is also  better for shading and can be easily erased. Compressed charcoal will hold its shape for longer, and it also produces darker strokes. 

 

What is willow charcoal used for?

As willow charcoal is erasable, it is ideal for a range of different artworks and is especially popular for drawing a composition sketch before applying artist paint or another medium. 

 

Is Coates willow charcoal good?

Yes! Their charcoal is well-known for being the best quality willow charcoal in the world and is great for a diverse range of drawing applications.

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