Clay Pitt Monochrome Van Dyck | Faber-Castell
monochrome black, white, sanguine and sepia colors are used by most art school students. these colors make the figure more real and expressive. it is an old tradition of figure drawing that dates back to the Renaissance, lightened with white or made more intense with black shades. pitt monochrome chalks refer to this long tradition and for this reason they are harder than traditional pastel chalks. the lines do not disappear completely when they are erased. sepia and sanguingno colors are complemented by oil-based pencils ideal for sketching and detailing.