Art to Art’s range of drawing accessories come at affordable prices and are suited to all art levels. We stock high quality drawing supplies from trusted brands like Faber Castell, Prismacolor, Mont Marte and more!
Even artists with years of experience make mistakes. With our rasoplast and kneadable erasers you can easily correct or highlight any art pencil or charcoal artworks. Or opt for a pencil sharpener to create precision and fine details. If you’re looking to protect and store your drawing pencils - a high quality marker holder will keep them organised!
Shop accessories for drawing at Art to Art today. Get free shipping when you spend over $100 and same-day dispatch. Plus, you can buy now and pay later with Afterpay. Before you go, be sure to check out our other art supplies, including art paper, markers and graphite pencils.
What are the essentials for drawing?
If you’re a beginner looking to build your drawing supplies, we recommend carrying these 11 art and craft supplies in your art storage box!
Paint brush (for ink)
What paper is best for drawing?
It all depends on personal preference! At Art to Art, we stock a wide variety of high-quality art papers that will help you achieve the best results. For drawing and sketching we recommend using a sketch pad or marker paper. You can use any drawing materials you like, such as graphite pencils, charcoal, pastels, pen and ink!
What are the best pencils for drawing?
It depends on the type of effects you want to create. If you’re looking to make highly detailed, black and white drawings, then we recommend opting for a graphite pencil. If you want to add a pop of colour, use a colour pencil. For rich and dark tones, use charcoal. For vibrant colours, use watercolour pencils and pastel pencils.
What is the most important thing in sketching?
Putting your ideas onto paper! Sketching allows artists to discover new ideas and problem solve to create the best solutions for their artwork. You should also focus on composition of the shapes on the page and how they are placed in proportion to one another.
What is the best eraser for artists?
The type of eraser you choose depends on your personal preference and the results you’re trying to achieve. A rasoplast eraser is an affordable option that can work for correcting any drawings, writing or sketches. If you’re looking to draw detailed artworks with charcoal or graphite pencils, we recommend using a kneadable eraser as you can correct mistakes, blur edges and highlight sections of the artwork.