|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.6 x 0.7 x 1.9 inches|
|Item model number||20028|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||20028|
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Prismacolor Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencils, Non-Photo Blue, 12-Count
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- Lighter than standard blue, non-photo blue is designed for reduced detection by cameras and copiers
- Non-repro blue color eliminates the need to erase before inking – ideal for print catalog artists and drawing sketch lines
- Erasable color makes it easy to make changes on the fly
- Strong medium point resists cracking and breakage
- Includes: 12 Non-Photo Blue colored pencils
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Allow your art to evolve as you edit and draw light outlines Prismacolor Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencils. The non-photo blue colored pencils create faint marks with pigment specifically engineered for reduced detection by most copy machines and graphic design cameras. That means you don’t have to erase sketch lines before inking! Col-Erase pencils feature a hardened, medium point that resists breakage. Bring your art to completion with Prismacolor colored pencils.
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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.
Con: Most of the pencils sharpen without issue, but the odd 2 or 3 seem to break a lot. I found with a little patience though this can be worked around. If one of your pencils breaks during sharpening pick off any of the excess wood protruding until you can see the led again. Begin to sharpen the pencil again slowly. Once it has almost reached a point, but isn't quite there yet, rub your pencil against a piece of sand paper, rotating to get an even tip. Do this until the pencil is about the sharpness you want, then you can twist it in your pencil sharpener one last time for good measure. This would be a total hassle if the whole batch was this way, but I only had this problem with a couple pencils. At the low price I am not going to complain.