- When are Chromaflow pencils going to be available to purchase?
- What are Chromaflow pencils like to use?
- What are the key attributes of Chromaflow pencils?
- What type of artwork are Chromaflow pencils most suitable for?
- What techniques can I use my Chromaflow pencils for?
- Are Derwent Chromaflow Pencils Lightfast?
- Where are Chromaflow pencils made?
- Is Chromaflow oil or wax-based?
- What size is the pencil core?
- How many colours are in the Chromaflow range?
- Are there plans to bring out a wider range of colours?
- Will Derwent Chromaflow pencils be available to purchase in single colours?
- Where can I purchase Derwent Chromaflow from?
- Who created the artwork on the tins of Derwent Chromaflow?
- Why have you used different commissions on the tins for the same range?
- How do Chromaflow pencils compare to Academy Colouring pencils?
- How do Chromaflow pencils compare to colour pencils in Derwent’s Professional Quality range; Coloursoft, Procolour, Lightfast?
- Can I use Derwent Chromaflow with my other Derwent pencils?
- What are the most similar competitor products in the market?
- Are Derwent Chromaflow pencils vegan?
- Are Chromaflow Pencils safe to use?
- What sharpener should I use with Derwent Chromaflow pencils?
- What Erasers should I use with Derwent Chromaflow?
- What paper should I use with Derwent Chromaflow pencils?
Derwent Chromaflow pencils will be launched in certain markets in Spring 2021. They will be available first in the US and India.
Derwent Chromaflow pencils provide artists with an affordable professional quality product which is easy to layer and blend thanks to the richly pigmented smooth texture, providing a velvety laydown.
The strength of core results in less breakage when sharpening and in use, as it can handle pressure well, making the pencil reliable for consistent quality for every project, every time.
- Smooth texture, velvety laydown
- Rich blendable vibrant colours
- Strong core
- Professional quality
Chromaflow pencils have been developed to be suitable for a wide range of drawing styles.
Chromaflow pencils are manufactured in our Derwent factory based in the Lake District, UK.
The Chromaflow pencil core is 3.5mm.
Chromaflow has a range of 24 carefully selected shades in rich and vibrant colours.
There are no current plans to make Derwent Chromaflow pencils available as single colours.
You can purchase the Tins 12 and 24 Sets directly from online retailers and selected craft stores.
The artwork was created by Kinsey Lane, an artist based in the US.
The different tin commissions reflect the different colours available and styles that can be achieved using Derwent Chromaflow. The tin also clearly reflects the difference between the 12 and 24 tin, so it is more easily differentiated.
Chromaflow are smoother and more vibrant than Academy they will blend and layer in a different way. Chromaflow will also cover a larger area more quickly.
Yes, Derwent’s Chromaflow range has been formulated to be compatible with other Derwent pencil ranges. They especially work well with Derwent Metallic and Coloursoft Pencils.
Our Chromaflow range contain no animal derived materials/ingredients but we cannot guarantee that the raw materials were not tested on animals.
All our pencils are made with ingredients that are safe to use and comply with ASTMd-4236 standards.
Chromaflow work well on all types of paper, in testing they worked particularly well on Derwent Watercolour paper. which has a smooth surface.