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Prismacolor Scholar Colored Pencils, 24 Pre-Sharpened Colored Pencils


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  • Ideal for a wide range of student usages - idea development, sketching, drawing and mixed media
  • Designed to minimize breakage for the developing artist
  • Blendable smooth coverage
  • Durable easel packaging allows you easy access to your pencils
  • Set of 24 Colored Pencils includes 1 each of Lemon Yellow, Canary Yellow, Neon Yellow, Orange, Skin, Scarlet Red, Crimson Lake, Carmine Red, Light Pink, Purple, Violet, Indigo Blue, Permanent Blue, Aquamarine, Copenhagen Blue, Dark Green, Grass Green, Permanent Green, Pale Green, Terra Cotta, Cool Grey, Dark Brown, Black and White
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NamePrismacolor
Item Weight1 ounces
Product Dimensions0.4 x 5.2 x 9.6 inches
Item model number92805
ColorAssorted
Number of Items1
Size24/Pack
Ink ColorAssorted
Manufacturer Part Number92805
  
Additional Information
ASINB000J07P9U
Best Sellers Rank #6,603 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2006
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Designed to handle detailed work for advanced students and artists, these Prismacolor Scholar Colored Woodcase Pencils feature a smooth, creamy texture, and richly pigmented colors for a brilliant display. Other features include a durable point that won't snap under normal pressure, and a color coded woodcasing for easy identification. Designed with professional artist quality for every level of expertise, these pencils are PMA certified nontoxic to ensure the health and safety of children and adults alike, and come in an assorted set of 24.

What's in the Box
Box of 24 assorted Prismacolor Scholar Colored Woodcase Pencils

Product Description

These Prism color scholar colored pencils are designed to minimize breakage for developing artists and offers a blendable smooth coverage. This package contains 24 colored pencils in a reusable 9-1/4-inch by 5-inch by 1/4-inch clear plastic storage box. Conforms to ASTM D426. It is non-toxic.

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Customer Reviews

Nice smooth color.
J. Stancil
I bought these as a gift for my artistic niece, and she loves them.
S. Kinsey
Prismacolor is a very good quality pencil.
Southern California

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

84 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Pumibel on June 12, 2011
I noticed so many people complaining about the packaging, and I felt the need to write this review. I have been using Prismacolor pencils for more than 20 years, and the quality of these colored pencils cannot be beat, in my opinion. I have used expensive Derwent, Faber Castle, and many others. They are not as good, and I always end up reaching for my Prismacolors.

Most important note: The company packages the "scholar" line of pencils cheaply so that they can offer them at a lower price to art students who typically cannot afford high quality art supplies.The scholar pencils are just as nice as the professional "artist" line, which comes in metal tins or wooden boxes.

Another note: "wood casing" in the description refers to the pencil itself. The pigment lead is "encased" in a wooden barrel. As you see by the picture, these are in a clear plastic case.

A set of 24 Prismas will usually cost at least $24-25 in the cardboard or tin cases. Larger sets in those fancy wooden boxes can cost hundreds. Here you have a set of 24 in a plastic envelope thing, and this has caused people to give poor reviews and return the items. You bought some of the best pencils around for half price, people- the packaging is irrelevant! I noticed that these reviewers mentioned nothing about the pencils themselves. Are you kidding?

I am an artist by profession, so I have plastic containers and drawers for all of my supplies. When I buy pencils they are going to go in the appropriate bin, so the packaging is not an issue- I prefer to pay for the contents. Other artists I know also store pencils in their own bins and boxes.

I have to replace my colored pencils fairly often since I use them to the nub, and buying 24 for $12-13 is certainly a great thing.
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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Sofia Correia on October 2, 2008
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Soft and creamy, rich palette of deep colors - description for what I think are truly the best coloring pencils I've ever used. And, as an architect, I've looked for and tried many different brands, and none have matched the quality of the Berol Prismacolor pencils. Living in Portugal, where I can't get them, I was very happy to be able to order them through Amazon.com
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mark Bailey on January 17, 2009
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I enjoy using these for drawing. There is a very nice choice of colors and 24 is a good quantity to get a broad selection. Plus, you can always blend colors to get more variety. Very nice quality.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By R. Zerwekh on October 9, 2009
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These pencils (especially at the $13 they cost me) are hands down the best art purchase I have made in the last year, maybe ever. The first full composition i did came out very bold and rich, with amazingly vibrant colors. The sense of depth and smooth blending you get from these rivals many more expensive pencils. I did a side by side comparison with standard prismacolors, as well as prismacolor premiers, and the difference is almost unnoticable. If you are having trouble deciding on pencils, and don't want to empty your bank account; don't hesitate, you will not be disappointed with this set of pencils.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Twain Mark on September 17, 2011
Buy first, Review later!

"Question: What's the difference between Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils and Scholar Colored Pencils?

Answer: The wax used in the Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils is a soft wax, which makes their color lay down smooth and creamy. The Scholar Colored Pencils use a combination of a soft and hard wax. The soft wax used in the Scholar pencils is the same as used in the Premier Soft Core pencils but a harder wax is also added, making the Scholar pencils a little harder and less prone to breakage. The purpose of this slightly harder lead in the Scholar set is to aid developing artists as they learn the right amount of pressure to apply when working with colored pencils. The percentage of pigment used in the Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils is also greater, resulting in more vibrant colors."
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jack De Feo on February 16, 2009
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Very satisfied with the results I got with these pencils. The colors are very vibrant and bring my artwork to life. Couldn't be more pleased.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. Varraso VINE VOICE on November 2, 2010
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I Love these pencils, always have. They are wonderful for anyone who loves to draw, from aged four to ninety-four. I've always believed that every child deserves good school supplies and these are good enough for anyone. Crayola has wonderful crayons, but their colored pencils aren't even close to the best. They are great for even preschool children, because the leads write smoothly and don't crumble.

The price her on Amazon is terrific, and a package of these pencils and a really nice sketch pad makes a perfect gift for almost any child for almost any occasion. These pencils were part of my "special travel bag" which I had for long car rides or any plane ride. Now that my baby is no longer a little baby, she has the full set of 132 colored pencils in a lovely tin.

If you absolutely unable to live without erasing your mistakes, Prismacolor offers Prismacolor Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencils, 24-Color Pencil Set, which are not quite as cool as the regular colored pencils, but have the advantage of being erasable. An absolutely critical addition to these pencils are the Prismacolor Pencil 1077 Blender, which blends the colors effortlessly, and makes your colored pencil creations much nicer.

Oh, and the lousy packaging? I strongly prefer the tins or wooden cases to the cardboard packaging. I know that most colored pencils come in a cardboard box, but the tin or wooden boxes are so preferable to this one.

These pencils are just the best, and I'm sure you won't be sorry if you give them a try. Just grab a container to hold them.
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