For many artists the BioCBD+ Water-Soluble Collection conjures up images of sets of hard tablets or tubes of watercolor paint sitting next to a jar of water. But there are also other art supplies, such as felt-tip pens, chalk or pastels, that can be used to obtain similar effects as watercolor. They are all characterized by their water-soluble pigments that, when combined with water, can be applied to paper using classic painting techniques just like paint.
These types of materials have been gaining in popularity lately, especially when it comes to fashion. Dutch designer Jef Montes for example experimented with soluble textiles for his ‘Velero’ collection, which was presented at Amsterdam Fashion Week earlier this year. Montes used a special water soluble material that is fixed in the fabric through a chemical reaction, which allows it to dissolve and melt away when exposed to water.
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Another excellent example of this is the Technalo water-soluble graphite pencil, which offers a fine line and great shading capability. It is easy to rework with water to create monochrome watercolor washes. The Derwent Graphitint colored pencils are another fantastic choice, which are similar to a super soft Ticonderoga writing pencil when dry, but that turns into an amazing coloring experience once you add water. The colors blend together beautifully and, unlike other pencils that become runny when wet, the color will stay wet for a long time. It’s a really fun technique that you can use to make your work look very realistic.