|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.8 x 2 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||20068|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||20068|
Prismacolor Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencil, Light Blue
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- For works in progress that may need some reworking along the way, these leads erase with ease.
- Strong, medium coloring points deliver vibrant colors.
- Offers a safe way to let your child color his/her art works.
- Perfect for illustrating, animating and all your other unfinished business.
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For works in progress that may need some reworking along the way, these leads erase with ease. Strong, medium coloring points deliver vibrant colors. Offers a safe way to let your child color his her art works. Perfect for illustrating, animating and all your other unfinished business.
Top customer reviews
Erasability: These erase better than then Verithin line as shown in the photo that has the Violet Blue Verithin erased vs the Col-Erase shown in the Blue, Purple and Black. The pink erasers work well on the pencil ends but I prefer to use the white ones made by Pentel or Staedtler. They don't "eat away" at the paper as much.
Lay Down: Color is smooth! Smoother than the Crayola Erasables and feels better when using and sharpening. Nice sharp tips with the right sharpener!
FYI: These Individual Colored Pencils are available at Dick Blick for less than $1.00.. Handy if you use a lot of a couple of colors.
SHARPENERS: The Brass Bullet provides the sharpest tips but requires a trash can. The Prismacolor Premier is a great all around sharpener with less mess and offers the colored pencil hole that seems to provide a nice tip without eating up your colored pencils. The Faber-Castell in the triangular shape is great for the triangular shaped colored pencils out there and offers 4 holes to sharpen the variety of sizes but makes a little bit of a mess when the colored shavings from the tips falls out when you open it. I love all three for different reasons.. Tips for proper sharpening can be found on the Prismacolor website and Dick Blicks website.
PRISMACOLOR TEMPLATE: GO TO THE PRISMACOLOR WEBSITE AND CLICK ON THEIR COLORED PENCIL INFORMATION (any type). You will see a small banner about halfway down the page on the right with a green pencil that says "Download Here".. You should be able to click on that and then print your very own copy! Hope this helps! ;)
Or here is the link, but I HIGHLY recommend you go to some of the primary "artist's" brands website for tips and techniques with colored pencils.. Copy and paste into your browser.
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.
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