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Sanford Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencils 12/pkg-Assorted
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Prismacolor-Col Erase Colored Pencils: Assorted. Perfect for works in progress that may need some reworking along the way! This 7- 5/8x3-3/4x3/8 inch package contains twelve erasable colored pencils in assorted colors. Imported.
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I've heard that these pencils can break easily during transport because the lead is quite hard as opposed to other colored pencils, but I didn't see any problems upon receiving them and also not after having used them for a couple of months.
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Side Note: One complaint I do have is the barcode sticker on every single pencil in the pack. The stickers begin to peel up and stick to the other pencils as well as my hand. However, although the stickers don't completely stick to the pencils, they are not easily peeled off. Attempts to peel off the sticker not only pulls the paint off the pencil but it also leaves heavy amount of glue residue, too. There really is no point to the sticker as the pencil model number is printed on every single pencil. This just seems completely unnecessary.
First sample, pencil test:
Top: Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencil, Non-Photo Blue
Middle: Prismacolor Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencils, Non-Photo Blue, 12-Pack (20028)
Bottom: CREATIVE ART MATERIALS Sketcher Non-Photo Blue 2 Pc Blister Card (903.302 )
Second test, eraser.
First: normal white eraser
Second: kneaded eraser
Third: Prismacolor's col-erase eraser (its eraser worked, at least...)
Fourth: Sketcher's eraser
Between the three of them, I like the Sketcher the best. It hates sharpeners and breaks easily, but at least it erases well.
- They are overall very great but don't expect to be able to erase them completely if you have a heavy drawing hand.
- Harder and not as blendable as the Prismacolor Premiers (but they are not made to be as blendable so it all depends on what you're looking for)
- These require sharpening which you might be used to, but causes a slower workflow with professional pieces than options like erasable colored mechanical pencils, and may be considered less portable for on-the-go sketches depending on your sharpener and environment
- Lots of pros, but firstly price - these pencils are such a great value, even compared to generic brands of erasable colored pencils (and these aren't generic, they're Prismacolor!)
- The high quality allows you to use them in all of your professional pieces, but the low price makes you feel like you can use them up in your sketchbook too (which I do to easily add pops of color!)./
- They blend slightly when used with other mediums which is actually a great effect (I use them under watercolor, gouache, and Copics to get a soft blended line which I really like)
- Even though they blend slightly , it is predictable and controlled - they do NOT smudge all over the page like graphite
- The erasers aren't too bad - if you have a soft drawing hand then they erase completely with little effort
- The harder lead is also a pro: these pencils glide smoothly and don't require sharpening as often as standard graphite pencils or Prismacolor Premiers
Cons: -Like any wooden pencil, if you drop them on the floor, the lead inside may break into little segments, and it will be near-useless when trying to sharpen since the lead pieces will just fall right out.
-As stated above, if you go over the same line or press down firmly onto your surface with these, they will leave a noticeable mark when you try to erase them.
-They don't seem blend too nicely on top of each other, if that matters to you.
-Lastly, if you are working on a detailed piece or are rendering with the col-erase pencils and are not careful about where you are positioning your hand, your work will smudge! The lead is harder than regular colored pencils but softer than, say, an HB pencil. Your hand(s) will be colorful if you do not watch out.
Pros (that I have not already mentioned): -Convenient for note-taking, sketching, coloring, doing layouts, etc.. I love to take these around everywhere since I don't like committing to colored ink pens.
-Will not destroy regular pencil sharpeners. This information was so important to me.
-THESE ARE SO CHEAP ON AMAZON. I wish I'd bought my first set on here earlier, but I bought each color individually at my local art store for more than 1USD a piece. I'm definitely returning to Amazon to repurchase these if I run out.