C.Kreul: Canvas and Paper

Company: C.Kreul

I’ve already listed C.Kreul with products in the compendium and here https://www.veganartstuff.info/2017/04/18/products-by-c-kreul/  . In the list weren’t any paper or canvas products  so far, but now I have the information about several. They are all free of any animal derived sources,which also applies to the glue used.

Here are the new additions: 

PAPER:

  • Kreul Paper Water Color
  • Kreul Paper Mixed Media
  • Kreul Paper Sketching
  • Solo Goya Paper Sketching
  • Solo Goya Paper Water Color
  • Solo Goya Paper Oil Color
  • Solo Goya Triton Acrylic Pad

CANVAS

  • Kreul Canvas Board
  • Kreul Stretched Canvas
  • Solo Goya Stretched Canvas Basic Line
  • Solo Goya Stretched Canvas Premium Line

The paint products:

Vegan-friendly:

  • Javana fabric paints
  • Javana Textil Potch
  • Javana texi mäx glitter, opak and sunny
  • Javana Phantom Pen
  • Javana Laundry Marker
  • Kreul Textil Liner
  • Hobby Line Acrylic Gloss, Satin and Matt Varnish
  • Hobby Line Art Potch (Varnish & Glue)
  • Hobby Line Foto Transfer Potch
  • Hobby Line Gemstone Glue
  • Solo Goya Glossy Varnish (Picture Varnish; Gemäldefirnis)
  • Solo Goya Matt Varnish (Picture Varnish; Gemäldefirnis)
  • Solo Goya Fixative
  • Solo Goya Acrylic Paints
  • Solo Goya Art Acryl Basic
  • Solo Goya Triton Acrylic Paint Marker
  • Kreul Pic Tixx Pens, with the exception of Pic Tixx Candle Pens, those are vegetarian friendly

And Following products are vegetarian-friendly:

  • Kreul Pic Tixx Candle pens
  • Chalky chalk paint
  • Solo Goya Triton Acylic Paints (several colours are only vegetarian-friendly)

Compendium

https://c-kreul.de/KREUL-Farben-fuer-Kuenstler.1440.0.html?&L=1

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tip-to-tip: water-reservoir brush+watercolour crayons, sticks and co.

Instead of using watercolours in pans, you can use  watercolour pencils, sticks/gelatos and crayons  with a water-reservoir brush or stiffer regular brush, but in the way you would paint with pans.

Tip-to-tip transfer: Brush over your water-soluble crayon/stick etc. (use more strokes to intensify the colour) and then apply it onto the paper. Alternatively draw  with the crayon direcly on the edge of the paper or a separate paper and take the colour with the brush from there.

This way the colour application is much softer than drawing directly on the paper and going over the lines with a brush. You can colour a dainty little drawing or cover a DinA3 and larger paper with beautiful patterns.

If you don’t have a watercolour travel pan set, you can always take your pencils, crayons etc. and a water-reservoir brush pen. There will be no spills, it does not take up too much space and you have double the use out of the pencils. Using them with the brush and also drawing details directly with them.

It is also something different to go over the crayon/pencil with a wet brush than immersing the whole crayon/pencil tip in water, which can damage the lead.

I also went over a Faber Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pen with the water-reservoir brush to take colour and transfer to the paper. After drying the colour is going nowhere, because of the waterproof ink used in the pens.                                                                                                                                      Why would someone do this to an already brush shaped pen tip ? You can cover a bigger area this way than with the small, less flexible brush pen tip; you can gently glaze the paper and if your brush pens are older, you still get good use out of them without having to draw streaky (although I found it can make also nice effects).

Painting on wet paper with the laden brush  helps covering the paper surface quicker.

left side: tip-to-tip transfer, on wet surface; right side: paper-to-brush transfer+wet brush over applied colour

Solvent Substitutes-blending coloured pencils with oils

Since last year’s solvent search flop (zest-it) I hadn’t really pursued other options. This January I was reminded of this again, (thank you Steve for writing to me about this topic). I have heard of people using baby oil as substitute. So I gave it a first try with coconut oil.

coconut oil first try on smooth sketch paper

I just threw randomly colour on smooth sketch paper (190g/m^2-90lbs; Hahnemühle sketch paper), transferred some of the coconut oil on the back of my hand and dipped my finger in it and was able to blend with it. This seemed to work so well, so I made my own little experiment the next day, with oils and other stuff I stumbled upon.

What I used:

  • mixed Media Paper (250g/m^2-169lbs; Daler Rowney) with a rougher surface
  • safflower oil
  • coconut oil
  • olive oil
  • transparent lip balm
  • seed oil
  • baby face&body lotion
  • cotton buds (brand doesn’t matter, mine are vegan, waterneutral ones by Hydrophile)
  • coloured pencils (Polychromos, Faber-Castell)

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Cruelty-free companies offering vegan-friendly products:

This is a list of  cruelty-free companies and the vegan-friendly products they offer. If you don’t find the company you are looking for in this list, please enter the company name in the search box to see their status. If you still can’t find the specific company you are looking for, please let me know, so that I can contact them.

Cheers,    Anja (Ansho)

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Stylefile Alcohol Marker and Marker Paper

Manufacturer: Stylefile (-> Publikat)

the Stylefile Marker, Marker Paper sketch-pads and sketch-books are all vegan-friendly!

The alcohol markers come in three variations :

  • Stylefile Marker: small pointed bullet nib and chisel nib
  • Stylefile Brush Marker: brush and chisel nib
  • Stylefile Allround Marker: one small pointed bullet nib and one big bullet  nib

you can buy Stylefile Marker ink refills and extra nibs

 

http://www.stylefilemarker.com

http://www.stylefile.de/stylefile-marker/graffiti/stylefile-marker/?category2[]=marker-zubehoer

 

Source: Mail contact

 

 

Strathmore Paper Products

Paper Manufacturer: Strathmore

All Strathmore paper products are vegan friendly with the exception of Gemini Watercolour Paper.

https://www.strathmoreartist.com/faq-full/are-strathmore-products-vegan.html

Source: Website and mail contact

 

vegan friendly products by Derwent

Manufacturer: Derwent

Vegan friendly products:

  • All Derwent Procolour Pencils
  • All Derwent Coloursoft pencils
  • All Derwent Inktense
  • All Derwent Graphitint pencils
  • All Derwent Aquatone
  • All Derwent Metallics
  • All Derwent Graphitone
  • All Derwent Pastel Pencils and Pastel blocks
  • All Derwent Charcoal Pencils and Charcoal XL Blocks
  • All Derwent Graphite Blocks and Graphite XL Blocks
  • Derwent Graphic Pencils B, HB, F, H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H, 9H
  • All pencils of both the academy colouring and watercolour range with the exception of Olive Green
  • All Derwent erasers
  • Graphik Line Painter and Line Maker
  • Derwent watercolour paper
  • all waterbrushes: water reservoir brushes with small, medium and chisel tip
  • water soluble sketching pencils

Here are the vegan friendly pencils from the Derwent Artists and the Derwent Studio range:

  • 0000 Lime, Derwent Artists only
  • 0100 Zinc, both ranges
  • 0200 Lemon Cadmium, both ranges
  • 0300 Gold, both ranges
  • 0400 Primrose Yellow, both ranges
  • 0410 Champagne, Derwent Artists only
  • 0500 Straw Yellow, both ranges
  • 0600 Deep Cadmium, both ranges
  • 0700 Naples Yellow, both ranges
  • 0800 Middle Chrome, both ranges
  • 0900 Deep Chrome, both ranges
  • 1300 Pale Vermilion, both ranges
  • 1400 Deep Vermilion, both ranges
  • 1600 Flesh Pink, both ranges
  • 1610 Light Sienna, Derwent Artists only
  • 1620 Salmon, Derwent Artists only
  • 1630 Ash Rose, Derwent Artists only
  • 1700 Pink Madder Lake, both ranges
  • 1800 Rose Pink, both ranges
  • 1900 Madder Carmine, both ranges
  • 2000 Crimson Lake, both ranges
  • 2100 Rose Madder Lake, both ranges
  • 2200 Magenta, both ranges
  • 2210 Heather, Derwent Artists only
  • 2220 Soft Violet, Derwent Artists only
  • 2300 Imperial Purple, both ranges
  • 2400 Red Violet Lake, both ranges
  • 2500 Dark Violet, both ranges
  • 2600 Light Violet, both ranges
  • 2700 Blue Violet Lake, both ranges
  • 2800 Delft Blue, both ranges
  • 2810 Royal Blue, Derwent Artists only
  • 2820 Mid Ultramarine, Derwent Artists only
  • 2830 Teal Blue, Derwent Artists only
  • 2840 Pale Ultramarine, Derwent Artists only
  • 2900 Ultramarine, both ranges
  • 3000 Smalt Blue, both ranges
  • 3100 Cobalt Blue, both ranges
  • 3200 Spectrum Blue, both ranges
  • 3300 Light Blue, both ranges
  • 3400 Sky Blue, both ranges
  • 3500 Prussian Blue, both ranges
  • 3600 Indigo, both ranges
  • 3610 Ash Blue, Derwent Artists only
  • 3700 Oriental Blue, both ranges
  • 3800 Kingfisher Blue, both ranges
  • 3900 Turquoise Blue, both ranges
  • 4000 Turquoise Green, both ranges
  • 4100 Jade Green, both ranges
  • 4120 Fir green, Derwent Artists only
  • 4130 Spruce Green, Derwent Artists only
  • 4140 Distant Green, Derwent Artists only
  • 4200 Juniper Green, both ranges
  • 4300 Bottle Green, both ranges
  • 4500 Mineral Green, both ranges
  • 4800 May Green, both ranges
  • 5000 Cedar Green, both ranges
  • 5010 Green Gray, Derwent Artists only
  • 5100 Olive Green, both ranges
  • 5120 Light Moss, Derwent Artists only
  • 5140 Green Earth, Derwent Artists only
  • 5150 Parchment, Derwent Artists only
  • 5300 Sepia, both ranges
  • 5310 Felt Grey, Derwent Artists only
  • 5400 Burnt Umber, both ranges
  • 5600 Raw Umber, both ranges
  • 5700 Brown Ochre, both ranges
  • 5710 Light Ochre, Derwent Artists only
  • 5720 Yellow Ochre, Derwent Artists only
  • 5800 Raw Sienna, both ranges
  • 6000 Burnt Yellow Ochre, both ranges
  • 6200 Burnt Sienna, both ranges
  • 6300 Venetian Red, both ranges
  • 6400 Terra Cotta, both ranges
  • 6430 Rust, Derwent Artists only
  • 6440 Light Rust, Derwent Artists only
  • 6450 Mahogany, Derwent Artists only
  • 6470 Mars Violet, Derwent Artists only
  • 6480 Taupe, Derwent Artists only
  • 6490 Bistre, Derwent Artists only
  • 6500 Burnt Carmine, both ranges
  • 6610 Mars Black, Derwent Artists only
  • 6800 Blue Grey, both ranges
  • 6900 Gunmetal, both ranges
  • 6910 Storm Grey, Derwent Artists only
  • 7000 French Grey, both ranges
  • 7100 Silver Grey, both ranges
  • 7110 Fell Mist, Derwent Artists only
  • 7200 Chinese White, both ranges

Derwent Vegan Product List

https://www.derwentart.com/en/gb/home

Source: Mail contact

 

vegan fine art paper, technical paper and canvas by Hahnemühle

Manufacturer: Hahnemühle

All Hahnemühle FineArt paper products, technical papers and canvases are vegan friendly, with the exception of Photo Silk Baryta and PastellFix.

Furthermore, all Lana Beaux Arts products distributed by Hahnemühle are suitable for vegans as well.                               The gelatine used in the watercolour paper is not from an animal source.

https://www.hahnemuehle.com/en/traditional-fineart/lana-beaux-arts.html

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Hahnemühle certificate of conformity

https://www.hahnemuehle.com/en/hahnemuehle.html