Pentel Oil Pastels - Set 50 - now £6.30 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Oil Pastels with a creamy softness - easy to use
* Blend smoothly and easily for subtle shades, tints or colour mixtures
* Brilliant fade-resistant colours
* Apply directly to canvas, paper or other media for thick, thin, rough or smooth effects
* Dilute with turps of mineral spirits for liquid-like application in order to blend and shade colours
* Pack 50

Pentel has been manufacturing and selling art materials for more than 60 years.Established in 1946 as The Japan Stationery Co., the organisation started by selling school supplies such as watercolours, crayons and oil pastels. Artists, students, and craft enthusiasts are able to choose from a wide variety of wonderful Pentel Arts products, made from the finest materials and available in brilliant colours. Consumers can purchase with confidence, knowing that all Pentel products are designed and developed to the highest quality standards. Pentel Arts products are available through a wide variety of merchandisers and arts and crafts speciality suppliers.Design, draw, scrapbook, paint, colour, display. Express yourself with Pentel Arts.
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#2
i want to create my own oil canvas, i guess as the advert says these can be mixed with turps and i can get a liquid consistency so i can create my canvas. anyone know where to get a large canvas?
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essexgangsta
i want to create my own oil canvas, i guess as the advert says these can be mixed with turps and i can get a liquid consistency so i can create my canvas. anyone know where to get a large canvas?

Try Home Bargains if there's one near you or The Works. Both have regular decent cheap stock.
#4
the Works is best for really large canvases, for medium and small I look in Dunhelm Mill. Tesco/ Sainsbury are usually expensive.

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