Watercolour pencil sets are a customisable medium, excellent for sketches and designs. Use them dry or add water for an array of interesting effects! Coming in sets of 12 to 84 pencils, you're sure to find what you require.
These affordable watercolour pencil sets are perfect for beginners, intermediates and advanced artists. Shop drawing supplies online at Art to Art and receive same day dispatch and free shipping over $100.
Watercolour Pencil Sets
The watercolour pencil sets at Art to Art come with an amazing spectrum of colours, producing rich and intense pigments. They can be used on their own or mixed together to produce unique tones and shades. They are the perfect option for beginners who are looking to ease into watercolour painting, with the added benefits of precision and a comfortable hexagon handle. These watercolour pencil sets are also a great gift for aspiring artists!
With a water-soluble design, artists can blend the pigment of the pencils with water to achieve stunning designs. This can give you added control and fine detail, something that can be a little tricky with traditional watercolour paint. Choose from your favourite brands including Faber Castell, Prismacolour, Staedtler and Derwent.
Shop art pencils at Art to Art today. Get same day dispatch Australia-wide and free shipping when you spend over $100. Also, you can buy now and pay later with Afterpay. Before you go, don't forget to check out our individual watercolour pencils and colour pencils!
Are watercolour pencils worth it?
Yes! Watercolour pencils are flexible, allowing artists to sketch like a regular pencil or create magnificent watercolour designs. The hexagon shaped handle allows for comfort and mess-free application.
Can you dip watercolour pencils in water?
Due to the water-soluble design, our art pencils are perfect for dipping into water. These are a go-to for artists as they have an option to create fine detailed lines, as well as pigmented and soft shades.
What is the best way to use watercolour pencils?
The decision is up to you! If you prefer smooth textured colouring pencils with a range of pigmented shades, you can use them dry. But, if you are looking to achieve a watercolour paint effect, the application of water will help you achieve bold textured lines and edges.