Prismacolor Pencils

Prismacolor Pencils

Prismacolor Pencils are manufactured by the Ewell Rubbermaid Office Products Group (formerly Sanford). Use Prismacolor Pencils to draw anything! These premium colored pencils and leads are ideal for anything – from simple sketches to the complex.  Prismacolor Pencils come in a variety of types and sets included in the Premier® line to the new Scholar™ Colored Pencil line, specifically produced for the developing artist.

Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils
Soft, thick cores produce a smooth color laydown for superior mixing and shading. Thick cores of color last lengthy to create bold claims to existence, while soft leads make sure they are the very best tool to combine in or shade away. They’re vivid and intense in a single stroke and subtle and soft within the next, which makes them ideal for any project, large or small. Smooth coverage and several colors to select from allow it to be simple to find a soft place of these premium pens.  The palette is chosen especially for figurative and portrait drawing, but of course can be used to draw any subject.  Sets come in boxes of 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 96, and 132.

Prismacolor Premier Verithin® Colored Pencils
Hard, thin core is fantastic for setting out, detailing, lettering and cleaning edges. In the burgeoning artist to the seasoned professional, these hard, thin leads make an effect on the more intricate particulars of the vision. Extremely high quality pens make edges cleaner, outlines the much more bold and lettering pristine with very fine points that comprise a distinctive perspective.  Sets come in boxes of 12, 24, and 36.

Prismacolor Premier Colorless Blender Pencil
Well suited for conditioning hard edges and mixing and amazing colored pencil artwork. Bring the colors inside your artwork to existence with this particular non-pigmented, wax based pencil. Ideal for mixing and conditioning edges of colored pencil artwork without changing your palette. Offered individually or with Premier Soft Core Colored Pens and Premier Art Stix®.

Prismacolor Premier Watercolor Colored Pencils
Pens may be used with water along with a brush to produce translucent, watercolor effects. Extremely high-quality, water-soluble colored pens may be used having a brush to attain a watercolor effect that’s so unique. Sets come in boxes of 12, 24, and 36.

Prismacolor Scholar Erasable Colored Pencils
Strong core colored pens that erase very easily for that beginning art student. Beginner art students will appreciate these strong colored pens that erase effortlessly. They are well suited for a variety of student uses, including idea development, drawing, realistic drawing, and mixed media. Obtainable in twelve vibrant colors.

Prismacolor Scholar Colored Pencils
Harder cores created for the developing art student and crafters. Beginner art students and crafters will appreciate the graceful texture and creamy leads of those wealthy pigments. Strong cores minimize breakage for developing artists and crafters but nonetheless offer blendability. You shouldn’t be afraid to exhibit your stuff. Sets come in boxes of 12, 24, 48, and 60.  Also available in school or commercial boxes of 12 and 24 colors, which are packed in bulk.

Prismacolor Col-Erase® Colored Pencils
Strong medium-point colored pencil leads that erase very easily. For works happening that could take some reworking on the way, these colored pencil leads erase effortlessly this will let you strong medium point. Ideal for illustrating, animating and all sorts of your other incomplete business.

All Prismacolor products are certified non-toxic.

“Prismacolor Pencils” was written by Brenne Meirowitz, BA, MA, MS.
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About Brenne Meirowitz

Brenne Meirowitz, BA, MS, MA Brenne graduated from Tyler School of Art, Temple University with a Bachelors of Art in Fine Art. Her emphasis was on the figure and print making. She went on to earn her MS from Pratt Institute in Art & Design Education and a New York State Art Teacher license. After graduating from Pratt Institute in 2002, Brenne worked as an art teacher at Westhampton Elementary School in New York. While working on her MA (2004-2007), she taught undergraduate classes in Art History, Studio Art, Music, and History at the University of Texas at Dallas. She has since taken classes at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, concentrating on drawing. Brenne currently works as a freelance writer and editor, Social Media Manager, Website Designer, and graphic artist - all in conjunction with writing a number of blogs and Facebook pages. Her services are listed on her main company site, Best Responsive Sites.
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