Artlicious - 50 Premium Distinct Colored Pencils for Adult Coloring Books - Bonus Sharpener - Color Names on Pencils
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- 50 distinct colored pencils with sharpener
- Color names on each barrel
- Pre-sharpened non-rain forest harvested wood
- Thick 3.3 mm leads resist cracking and lay smoother than Crayola
- Non toxic and safe for educational use
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Artlicious - 50 Distinct Colored Pencils
Artlicious Colored Pencils are made with thick, soft leads, so they won't break easily under pressure. The smooth colors are perfect for color mixing and blending, as well as practicing more detailed techniques. Perfect for all types of coloring pages, including intricate adult coloring pages.
Artlicious Colored Pencils are the perfect tools for coloring! These colored pencils bring out the beauty of even the most detailed coloring pages. The different colors offer a rich and diverse palette to keep you calm, cool and colorful. Artlicious colored pencils are the best pencils for adult coloring.
With 50 bright, bold colors to choose from, you won't run out of ways to turn plain drawings into vibrant works of art. The long-lasting pencils are pre-sharpened so you can start drawing as soon as you open the box. They'll provide hours of drawing and coloring entertainment that's limited only by your imagination.
The 50 Series colored pencils will not disappoint and exceed your expectations. We invite you to compare our colored pencils to the leading brands, and we think you'll agree the only difference between ours and theirs is the affordable price.
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Now I've read some reviewer's pointing out how some of the pencils break, and the sharpener is hard to get out of the box, both of which is true. But in my experience with color pencils I found that breaking pencils is something that all pencil brands have, so it's a separate thing from the color quality of pencils. If you're a colorist, you want your colorings to really stand out to the best of your ability and these pencils really fits the bill, for color vibrance I think that these are the best pencils out there, and you learn to live with the reality of breaking pencils and realize that it will not stand in the way of you kicking out some serious coloring. I mean, stuff that you'd actually want to frame.
Okay, now the pencil sharpener, I don't use it because I go with an electric sharpener. Folks please, do yourself a favor and get you an electric pencil sharpener. If you're into coloring with pencils it makes no sense for you not to have one, and they're so cheap. A quick 10 bucks and boom, you're set for life on sharpening your pencils.