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Prismacolor Premier Manga Colored Pencil Set, 23 Color Set (1774800)


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  • 18 Soft Core Colored Pencils have high grade pigmentation and are great in adding and blending color in your manga artwork
  • 5 Verithin Colored Pencils have hard, thin leads which sharpen to a fine point perfect for creating intricate manga art details, like eyelashes and strands of hair
  • 18 Soft Core Pencils in Cream, Light Peach, Sunburst Yellow, Pale Vermilion, Poppy Red, Process Red, Parma Violet, Lavender, Hot Pink, Ultramarine, Electric Blue, Spring Green, Chartreuse, Cloud Blue, White, Lemon, Light Umber and Black
  • 5 Verithin Pencils in Cool Gray, Dark Brown, Tuscan Red, Indigo Blue and Black
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Technical Details
Brand NamePrismacolor
Item Weight5.4 ounces
Product Dimensions9.9 x 7.8 x 14.2 inches
Item model number1774800
ColorAssorted
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number1774800
  
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ASINB003YDYO8E
Best Sellers Rank #1,245 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 4, 2010
  
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23 Pencils set consists of 18 Soft Core Colored Pencils and 5 Verithin Colored Pencils, both perfect for creating Manga Art. 18 Soft Core Colored Pencils have high grade pigmentation and are great in adding and blending color in your manga artwork. Colors include Cream, Light Peach, Sunburst Yellow, Pale Vermilion, Poppy Red, Process Red, Parma Violet, Lavender, Hot Pink, Ultramarine, Electric Blue, Spring Green, Chartreuse, Cloud Blue, White, Lemon, Light Umber and Black. 5 Verithin Colored Pencils have hard, thin leads which sharpen to a fine point perfect for creating intricate manga art details, like eyelashes and strands of hair. Colors include Cool Gray, Dark Brown, Tuscan Red, Indigo Blue and Black.

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Prismacolors are very high quality colored pencils, in my opinion.
Sonika
She's been drawing manga for a while now, and these pencils are all she needed to obtain the right colors for the characters she draws.
M. C. Serrano
It has multiple shades of the colors, and they blend together really well so you have a wide range of colors.
Dtobaru

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By missile70 on February 9, 2011
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This was a gift for my niece to go with a set of Manga "how to draw" books. I could not afford the pencils after purchasing the books so my Mother chipped in for the pencils and now she is the heroine. My niece said that they make all the difference in her renditions of the Manga characters. I have to agree having grown up on the characters on the Saturday cartoons. The books were only part of the equation. I thought these colored pencils were pricey until I saw my niece's first attempts and they are the perfect colors for the characters. The pencils bring the characters to life on the paper. The pencils are of excellent quality and are long lasting so--worth the money. The colors are special to Manga characters and not like those you could find for substantially less money. The continued enjoyment my niece gets from her Christmas present now that it is Valentine's Day--justifies the expense of the pencils. My mother is happy to have found the "it" gift.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Arielle DiMera on December 8, 2011
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Since my dream is to become a mangaka artist, I got these pencils. I love the look to the pencils give on paper. Prismacolor pencils are easier to work with and are better than Crayola if doing professional work. Although, with every good product there is the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Good:
-Colors blend nicely
-White Colored pencil shows up (On paper and other colors)
-The Pencils are soft (Easier to color with)
-Clear, concise colors, they can go from dark to light
-Longer lasting time (If you color about 4 times a week they'll last about 2.5 months)

Bad:
-Not all the pencils are sharpened when ordered
-Only about 15 pencils
-Colors can't be shown over inks

Ugly:
-Don't sharpen as well (Only the pink/violet colors)

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UPDATE (7/28/12)
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I'm finding myself to re-ink my pictures quite a bit. OR to prevent re-inking, just use the black pencil as the outliner (It works just as well if sharpened)Blending is still amazing, I'd recommend getting the Prismacolor blender pencil for better results if you desire to blend.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer R. Shipley on August 8, 2011
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I've been looking for a set of colored pencils with some flesh tones, and other soft colors. I'm not a manga artist (or much of any other kind of artist), but I enjoy coloring and crafts. I have a lot of Prismacolor pencils and the quality is always outstanding. This set has the exact colors I was looking for. The Verithin pencils come in handy also. Mostly dark colors. But even these blend nicely, and don't look harsh or scratchy. I would definitely recommend this set, or any other Prismacolor set. I would also recommend the Prismacolor Scholar series of colored pencils for those who want Prismacolor quality, but don't want to spend too much. A little more expensive than generic colored pencils, but a world apart in quality.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Wolfe on December 28, 2011
I have used the Prismacolor family of colored pencils in many art projects throughout middle school, high school and college. They are of very high quality but they need to be taken care of in a certain manner. The cores of the pencils are soft and extremely fragile. The user should avoid causing shock to the core or it will most likely shatter upon impact, preventing further sharpening to get a nice sharp tip. This has made me cautious of ordering these online because of how the shipper may handle the package. The first one I got came in good condition so far. No broken cores yet.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Marcylittleninja on January 16, 2012
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They are amazing. they work wonders and are easy to use. They came In a Clear bagcase thing so i could tell they hadn't been opened and were new. All 18 of the Soft Core Coloured Pencils Are already sharpened. But the 5 Verithin Coloured pencils are not sharpened, im not fussed though. i prefer if they wernt sharpened cause all their used for is outlining and details like eye lashes and so on.(they sharpen to a fine point. they are perfect and are well worth the cash :) highly recommended to anyone who wants to draw manga (even if you dont draw manga). i dont see any faults about these pencils. :)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R.L. on October 20, 2011
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These are... amazing! XD

Though at first it may seem awkward to hold a pencil with a thicker point- once you get used to it, which doesn't take very long, they are incredible.

These are... SO undeniably better than crayolas, or other brands like those. If you press harder, the color's darker. If you don't press much, it's light. They can be blended a little to make a new color, too!

I will definitely be buying more of these when my current box runs out- because these pencils are SUPERB! :D
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Crystal Power on December 15, 2012
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The colors are so much more vibrant and richer than Crayola. You can get different shades of color depending on hard or light you write with these pencils, even if you color hard the leads are strong. Each color offers about three shades depending on hard you write (light, medium, and dark). The colors that come with this is perfect for creating Manga characters and environments such as towns or forests so they're not just for Manga. They come sharpened so when you buy them you can get straight to work in coloring in your art.

WARNING!
You may have heard that you can put Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils in the microwave to melt the core so when you sharpen them the lead won't keep breaking. DO NOT put these pencils in a microwave for that. I tried it and the pencil popped, Never again will I try that. I suggest putting them in sunlight on in front on a heater for a short period of time. Good luck with your art!
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