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Best Cass Art vouchers

FREE set of 12 Cass Art Watercolour Pencils worth £7.95 when you buy 'Enchanted Forest' colouring book using discount code @ Cass Art

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Copic Original Marker £3.95 at Cass Art
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Posted 5th Sep 2020Posted 5th Sep 2020
Copic Original Marker £3.95 at Cass Art£3.95£6.8943% off
I noticed these while getting some art supplies so aware it might be a niche deal, but for the best alcohol markers on the market, they're going for nearly half price here at 3.99 … Read more

Granted, they are pricey but objectively the best. They're hard wearing, refillable and provide a great resulting finish. You can get the refills for them at £10 a pop or thereabouts and the marker's life extends vastly. The alcohol based ink's blending quality when paired with good a good art medium (X-Press It card for me) is unmatched. I've tried Pro-markers too and Posca pen alternatives but Copics reign supreme for me. The only other viable alternative I've found is Chameleon pens with their fade/gradient feature which takes time to get the hang of but also gives a great result.


Great markers sure, but even at half price they are extortionate. Need to be getting paid substantially for work to justify copic prices.


Hot, these are really nice pens. If only we had more deals like this for quality items rather than cheap junk.


Thank you (y)


Black 100 is still available. Special Black (which isn't so special, check out Youtube reviews) is the one that's sold out.

DERWENT PROCOLOUR TIN SET OF 72 - £59.97 from Cass Art
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Posted 16th Jan 2020Posted 16th Jan 2020
DERWENT PROCOLOUR TIN SET OF 72 - £59.97 from Cass Art£59.97
Great price for these Artists pencils. They get great reviews.
Clearance Sale at Cass Art
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Posted 25th Jan 2019Posted 25th Jan 2019
Clearance Sale at Cass Art
Many deals, my personal favourite is: DERWENT INKTENSE BLOCK TIN SET OF 24 £14.95 Was: £27.95 RRP: £34.88… Read more

These are bloody expensive


Thanks. Bought this acrylic set: WINSOR & NEWTON GALERIA INTRODUCTORY GIFT COLLECTION There's a YouTube video of a guy demoing the set. You get an awful lot for £9.95.

35% off of 35 of Cass Art's "top products" until midnight 10 Jan 2019
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Posted 10th Jan 2019Posted 10th Jan 2019
35% off of 35 of Cass Art's "top products" until midnight 10 Jan 2019
Daler Rowney 111 pcs Art set - RRP  £102 now £25.50 @ Cass Art
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Posted 29th Jan 2018Posted 29th Jan 2018
Daler Rowney 111 pcs Art set - RRP £102 now £25.50 @ Cass Art£25.50
Last summer I started to teach myself to paint and I bought a fair amount of supplies and worked out what was good and what wasn’t. I’d consider Daler Rowney a good brand for art s… Read more

Agree with above, To add, it's also the quality of the pigments used. An indication of some quality is if a range of paints goes up in series. Series 1 are the cheaper pigments eg the "earth" colours - umbers, ochres plus titanium white then the cadmium reds and yellows (essential colours basically) are usually series 2 and slightly more expensive. You rarely need to buy any Series 3 or 4 colours to get started - Also cheaper paints will fade on your completed painting - the lightfastness /permanence will be poor compared to quality paints. The feel for mixing and handling will be very different. They should not feel like the cheap poster paints we had at school. I teach painting to adults so while it shouldnt cost a bomb to start it helps to use quality paints for the start. A lot of "starter" painting sets are put together by people who never actually paint or dont know the basics of colour paint theory and mixing so they can miss out essential colours. You only need Cadmium red Cadmium Yellow Lemon Yellow Permanent alizarin crimson or permanent rose Ultramarine blue Cerulean blue plus white and say, umber to get going. you can mix most colours from the above or other colours can be bought separately if/when needed.


It's the lack of pigment, paint is made up of two things, pigment and binder - the cheaper the paint is the less pigment it will contain and that means they will use binder which is massively cheaper. Cheaper paint could also have opacity issues, titanium white for example should be very opaque, cheap brands of titanium white are very transparent (due to lack of pigment!). The other problem I had with cheap paint was huge colour shift from wet to dry , this is virtually eliminated in the brands I now use (Daler Rowney Cryla and Winsor Newton Artists' Acrylic). It's my opinion that if someone is learning to paint they should not hamper themselves, because it's hard enough to learn already! The rest of the set looks OK but personally I would just spend the £25 on some artists grade acrylic paints


Interesting... what makes bad acrylic (or any paint?) bad? I’m still learning and so far I’m likel DR and Derwent materials. Is it a lack of pigment or too thin? Thank you, all advice much appreciated! This is my third ever piece, as you can see I have a very long way to go


Daler Rowney is a good brand, but the Simply range is the cheapest range they do and it's awful. Buying cheap acrylic paints isn't a good idea IMO, it leads to huge frustration.


Good price, I wouldn't use half of it so won't get it but If you can make use of it all you won't beat the price individually

Mark Makers Drawing workshop _ Free ( 5 to 12 years old ) @ Cassart
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Posted 27th Jan 2018Posted 27th Jan 2018LocalLocal
Mark Makers Drawing workshop _ Free ( 5 to 12 years old ) @ Cassart
JANUARY 28TH, 2:30 TO 4:30 PM Illustrator, designer and founder of the Mark Makers Drawing workshop Alice Nyong will be leading a fun and colourful drawing workshop introducing Fa… Read more
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FREE WORKSHOP Wrapping and Cards Decoration with Mt ‘Washi’ Masking Tape
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Posted 29th Nov 2017Posted 29th Nov 2017
FREE WORKSHOP Wrapping and Cards Decoration with Mt ‘Washi’ Masking Tape
EVENTS & WORKSHOPS: A number of events, talks and workshops in stores to fill this town with artists! Check regularly for events across the UK.
Loctite powerflex superglue gel £1 for a teardrops worth from CassArt
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Posted 2nd Sep 2014Posted 2nd Sep 2014
Loctite powerflex superglue gel £1 for a teardrops worth from CassArt£1
Did you ever get bullied when you were at school? I did. He was a nasty **** who used to delight in taking the **** out of me and ridiculing me in front of everyone and anyone. I … Read more
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good use instead of waxing..maybe ill ask my neighbour to go full brazillian with this and see how it pans out.




Is that a true story?


Best description I have ever seen on hukd OP. Made me laugh, voted hot. :D


If the OP was as irritating as a child as his description suggests, one is not surprised he was bullied.

Newest Cass Art Discount Codes:

DiscountCass Art Discount DetailsExpires
10%10% off plus Free Art Goodies worth over £50 for Students with this voucher @ Cass Art31/12/2021
20%20% off everything at Cass Art until 23:59:59 19.04.21, even already-discounted items19/04/2021
20%20% Daler Rowney System 3 using code @ Cass Art30/08/2020
% offExtra 20% off Art Products with voucher Code @ Cass Art London18/11/2019
% off10% off £50 Spend for New customers with voucher Code @ Cass Art12/11/2019