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Digital Subscriptions > The Artist > May 19 > Caran d’Ache Graphite Line box sets

Caran d’Ache Graphite Line box sets

Susie Hodge tests these three new box sets and finds them perfect for use on location or in the studio
Fruit Still Life, Caran d’Ache Multi- Techniques Water-soluble Set on A4 Not paper, 350gsm. I drew the outlines with the 3B Technalo pencil. Then I added some touches here and there with my own watercolour pencils, including some red on the apple, orange on the oranges and touches of violet on the grapes – not much, I wasn't aiming for bright colour, just some accents. Then I began using the Museum Aquarelles in yellow ochre and russet, and the green, blue and red Technalo RGBs on the oranges, bananas, melon and apples, and then deepened the shadows with the 6B Technalo pencil. Once everything was in place, I used the water brush to pick up, deepen and spread the colours
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Welcome to the May issue of The Artist, packed with inspirational, practical features designed to help all artists develop their drawing and painting techniques in all media. From learning how to control your watercolour brushwork with Hazel Soan, choose the right medium for your style of oil painting, create the illusion of depth in a coastal scene in acrylics, to making simple but dramatic landscapes without a printing press, there's something for everyone, whatever your skill level or preferred medium. Discover how drawing cartoons can help you to loosen up in your painting with Shirley Trevena and enjoy the benefits of painting en plein air with tips and advice from Geoff Hunt, Peter Graham and Paul Gadenne. Try spray-paint techniques to spice up your mixed-media compositions, add figures to give life to your watercolour paintings with Amanda Hyatt and paint a seasonal bluebell wood in three easy steps with Paul Talbot-Greaves. There's also a wealth of information about competitions to enter, exhibitions to see, special offers, art world news, courses and holidays and much more to enjoy in this month's issue. Plus, don't forget to enter your best work to our TALPOpen competition for the chance to see your work exhibited, published in the magazine, and win one of the fantastic prizes worth over £17,000!