Prismacolor Colored Pencils Tin of 12

This Prismacolor Pencils tutorial is a wonderful resource to show you that you needn’t need a lot of pencils to make different colors. The demonstration uses Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils tin of 12, showing how very versatile these colors are. Even in the tutorial, you can almost see how smooth and creamy they are. Not all colored pencils are the alike, therefore and we recommend starting out with Prismacolor.

If you prefer more colors, which means even more diversity, try a larger set; Prismacolor Premier comes in sets of 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 96, 132, and the newest set of 150 which includes neon colors. If you are serious about drawing, I would recommend the set of 150, because then your palette is practically endless with combinations.

Here is an informative overview of Prismacolor Premier pencils, which covers why leads break so easily and some tips on how to avoid breakage:

“Prismacolor Colored Pencils Tin of 12” was written by Brenne Meirowitz. Copyright Brenne Meirowitz 2014. All Rights reserved.

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.
Bookmark the permalink.

Watch the video about Prismacolor Premier Pencils and learn how to avoid unnecessary breakage.

Great video tutorial using only 12 Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils.

Brenne MeirowitzNo Gravatar says:

If you live outside of the US, the only way for you to buy Prismacolor Pencils from me is to buy them from this site and have them shipped to me in the US. I will then ship them to you for a small fee of $15 plus postage. I collect the postage and handling fee through PayPal. If you are interested, please private message me your name, address, and email that you use for PayPal. Once I receive your order, I will have the package weighed and then bill your PayPal account. Once I receive payment, I will ship your order.