|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||14.6 x 8.4 x 1.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||OH-72|
Ohuhu 72-color Colored Pencil/ Drawing Pencils in Tin Case for Sketch, Adult's Coloring Book
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- PROFESSIONAL GRADE: These coloring pencils are high quality for smooth writing, drawing and sketching coloring books such as Secret Garden, Enchanted Forest, and Lost Ocean
- VIBRANT COLOR: This pencil set comes in a range of rich colors (set of 72 assorted colors,), high print effect, smooth when using them
- EASY TO SHARPEN: Durable, sharpens cleanly and smoothly without constantly breaking. Comes Pre-sharpened
- SAFE AND NON TOXIC: [CE Authenticated] Beautifully crafted with recycled wood, which is environmentally friendly and non- toxic. No harmful material
- NOTE: Choking Hazard: Small parts, not suitable for children under 3 years of age
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Nurture your creative side with these Ohuhu Professional Drawing Pencils!
Made with sturdy, quality wood, rich pigments and soft core to allow you to write, draw, stretch your work of art, at ease. Feel reassured knowing that these coloring pencils are toxic free and safe for you and your children. Comes equipped with 48 vibrant colors and designed to blend easily without smudging. Unleash your creativity and craft your masterpiece with Ohuhu' s professional drawing pencils!
Choking Hazard: For children ages 3 and older.
-Weight: 1.5 lbs
-72 x Drawing Pencils
✿ Strong Pencil Leads
✿ Strong, Soft Pencil Leads ✿
✿ Extra strong (3mm in diameter);
✿ Rich pigments and soft core to allow you to write, draw, stretch your work of art, at ease.
✿ Recycled Wood
✿ Sturdy, Quality Recycled Wood ✿
✿ This coloring pencils set is beautifully crafted with recycled wood, which is 100% non-toxic;
✿ Hight quality wood, super easy to sharpened.
✿ Other Features
✿ Delicate Tin Case ✿
✿ Made it a great gift idea for birthday, Christmas, Mothers' Day, Fathers' Day...
✿ Excellent Color Effect ✿
✿ High print effect, smooth when using them, which is a wonderful pencil set for coloring Secret Garden, Enchanted Forest, and Lost Ocean Coloring Book...
✿ 100% Non-toxic ✿
✿ CE Certificated;
✿ Complies to
European Safety Std.EN 71
Top customer reviews
If you like these.. Marco Raffine makes up to a 72 count set and a 12 count Metallic set too.
Update: Evidently Ohuhu (and other names..make sure you get the grey painted pencils with the 7100 printed and they are the same) sells the Marco Raffine line. The Ohuhu name is on the new tin available but not present on the gray boxes. I just wanted to clarify so no one thinks these are not a brand name.
I have had lots of questions about where to find the Prismacolor pencil template with the multiple colored pencils to color in. The color names won't be the same for every line but I just write the actual names or numbers at the top of each pan I'll on the template. It is available at their direct website name. Go to prismacolor.com, Products, Colored Pencils and at the bottom right hand side of the website you will see a green pencil that looks like one on the template and it says "download here". Happy Coloring!
UPDATE: Difference Between 48 & 72 Count Pencil Sets ...
I recently acquired a 72 count set and wanted to include pictures of the colors included with that set. I also got a pre colored template from the Marco Raffine manufacturer that gave me the names of the colors along with the numbers. The Marco Raffine template was rolled up inside of the recycled looking brown tube I bought, but it wasn't the Ohuhu brand name. When I bought the Ohuhu brand name 48 ct set it was in the gray box and didn't contain the template with the color names. So nice to finally know those! Seller's can change what they offer at any time so look in the above pictures/description for a template for the Marco Raffine sets in the recycled looking tube to see if it's included or not. I'm guessing that none of the older style gray boxes have the template included since I never saw one until the brown tube came out. You might be able to google an image of the template online too by now. At this price point, I still love these Marco Raffine's. I have since bought full sets of more "professional/artist" grade pencils and still feel these offer a lot of bang for your buck and are so much better than Crayola etc. I have started labeling my Marco's with their names now that I know them (shown in the last picture.. I trim the tape by hand). The least expensive Brother label maker with the white "M" tape is great for things like that (some colors of tape come in the 9mm size instead of the 12mm size). If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask me in the comments below.
SHARPENERS: Found Here On Amazon..
My favorite handheld ones that store some shavings are the black twisted Prismacolor brand & Faber-Castell has a triangular shaped one. They both offer two separate slots that either offer more pointed tips or a short pointed tip side that eats up less of your pencils than the longer tipped side.
The BEST on the market that seems to work when nothing else does is the Brass Bullet. It's excellent for basic pencils or colored pencils. It doesn't store shavings so recycle a store's bag and keep it next to you while you work. I just set it back on the inner edge of the bag so all the particles fall in instead of winding up here and there. It offers very pointed tips and let's you see when you can stop, since it's an open blade style of sharpener.
I've included a picture (next to last one..you might have to click on my pictures to get them to show up) of Marco's "artist" grade oil based pencils called Renoir's. They are closer to the Polychromo's in application and are more expensive than the Raffine's by far, but less expensive than the Polychromo's line. In case anyone is interested. Lots of seller's are selling the Raffine and the Renoir's with other names attached to the titles but as long as the pencils have the appropriate name and look to them they are the same. Some of the container's are different but the pencil colors are the same.
I've also added a picture (last one) of the wax based 72 ct Polychromos set (I bought the 3 with checkmarks individually) in case anyone wants a comparison of the range of colors you get with these vs the Raffine line.
I can't believe how low the current prices are on these Raffine colored pencils. They were $25 ish and up back when I bought my 1st 48ct set. Don't let the "cheap" price fool you. These are similar to a student grade artist pencil and a great buy. These aren't Crayola's or Seargent Art in quality. The range of shading effects with these pencils is much greater than the sets made for children. The majority of people will be happy with these.. but then some might want to adventure into other products too. These are currently an awesome buy for anyone wanting to dabble in coloring with pencils. Skip the cheaper lines of colored pencils and start here. Odds are you'll like these and be glad you did.
Mixed Media Options:
For others there are plenty of other mixed media to try. From any of the gel pens (not much difference between a lot of the sets) to the Tombow brush/dual tip sets, Sharpies markers and highlighters, Spectrum Noir and Copics there are lots of fun media to work with. There are even a lot of nice watercoloring options. I have done reviews/tried a lot of these other options and they all have their strengths and weaknesses. There are lots of reviews on You Tube you can check out too. A lot of the newer coloring books have one sided pictures which allows for a wider range of coloring options. Be sure to put a protective sheet in between when you are working to eliminate bleed through or scratchy surfaces from the colored pencil firm tips.
Have fun coloring!
The only tested it once but the colors look great.
I also have the Sargent colored pencil set. These are much better. I think the intermediate or beginner would enjoy these. Even a seasoned artist would prob give them a thumbs up.
See a few of drawings - i have had much more experience with these now (2/13/17 update).
4/22/16 - the hinges on my tin isnt' made well - it bends and the top cover came off... i fixed it but is not meant to be opened constantly - also i am missing pencil # 556 a shade of brown - i have two of 557.
As others have mentioned, these are the Marco Raffine brand, so I'm not sure why they are listed under so many different names here on Amazon. Check around on Amazon, the prices do vary (zoom up on the product photo to look for Marco!
My 12 yr old daughter and I tested them out last night, and we were so impressed! They color very smooth, and do not break when sharpened! They feel really nice in your hand, and do a great job of laying down color. I was able to get some great shading with a blender pencil (Caran D'ache brand). See my purple flower photo. My daughter did the rainbow flower, and you can really see all the nice colors in that one. I do wish I had the set of 72, but for the price, this set of 48 is a heck of a deal!
The coloring pages I uploaded are from Blooms | Volume 1 Redux: Lovely Leisure Coloring Book