What I want, when I want it!

Pastels, charcoal, felt-tips - what's the best medium for your children to draw from their young imaginations? Why not all three together? It just depends on what they want to do, felt-tips for detailed drawing, pastels for shading, charcoals for drawing on a rainy day. Pebeo has designed a range of tools to allow your kids to follow their whims and to draw as they feel, as well as experiment with effects. This is a range designed to encourage them to discover the joy of drawing in all its forms.

Products
1

Box of 12 assorted pastels: diameter = 10 mm, length = 67 mm.

2

Box of 24 assorted pastels: diameter = 10 mm, length = 67mm.  

3

Spray 200 ml.

4

Spray 400 ml.

5

Broad-tip markers: case of 12 assorted markers.

6

Fine-tip markers: case of 6 assorted markers.

7

Fine-tip markers: case of 12 assorted markers.

pastels
Properties

Skrib Markers

Children 3 years and under must have adult supervision

ARA oil pastels

  • Pastels: Soft and highly resistant
  • Children 3 years and under must have adult supervision

Fixative for pastel, pencil and charcoal

  • Acrylic varnish: Non-yellowing, transparent and satin
  • Cleaning: Petroleum oil
  • Drying: Away from dust, about 2 to 3 hours depending on the thickness and the temperature
  • For adults
Applications

Skrib Markers

The Skrib markers can be used to draw on paper and canvas board.

ARA oil pastels

ARA oil pastels are used directly on paper or canvas. To dim the colour, the child can use blotting paper.

Fixative for pastel, pencil and charcoal

The fixative for pastels, pencils and charcoals is designed for dry techniques. Adults will be able to protect children's drawings without changing the hue for the sustainable conservation of works.