If you have been using colored pencils to draw, you should also become aware of the different types of colored pencils which may vary in terms of color intensity and hardness or softness of lead. When it comes to choosing the best colored pencils and knowing the difference between one brand and another, Emmy certainly knows a lot because she is an accomplished artist herself.
Emmy started drawing in 2014, and she has been using a wide range of colored pencils to create beautiful images and portraits.
In this video tutorial, Emmy talks about the difference between Faber Castel Polychromos VS Caran d’ache Luminance colored pencils. She shows you how the colors from these two pencils blend together and how they vary in terms of color saturation. She also uses a pencil eraser and a sharp blade to reveal more differences between the two colored pencils in question.
Watch the video to know and learn more!
Artists appreciate this paper for it's better than the textured watercolor paper, creating a smoother surface for watercoloring and blending of Distress inks.
It's not blindingly white, but not off-white, either. It's a nice soft white and has a silky feel to it.
It makes great card bases. Artists enjoy using this Bristol smooth surface paper with acrylic paints, watercolor, and colored pencils. This paper can take a remarkable amount of abuse from water-based media before the fibers start breaking down.
For colored pencils, it is probably not the best if you do loads of layering. This paper works like a dream with watercolor markers. All in all, it is a quality and versatile paper.
Buttery smooth color laydown. Polychromos Pencils an be easily blended for layered effects, highlights and transitions
Polychromos Color Pencils have an oil-based technology lead for blending smoothly without the concern of waxy bloom that results with-wax based color pencils.
White hard eraser for liquid, water-based, ballpoint, and typewriter ink in a stick form. Handy brush at the end for sweeping away erasings. Perfection 7058-B, made in Germany.
An absolute MUST if you enjoy adult coloring books: erases pencil, gel pens, and even art markers (but not Sharpies)
The Caran d'Ache Luminance 6901 76 piece colour pencil set is a combination of the highest lightfastness and the smoothness of a permanent lead. Every shade has been formulated using finely-ground pigments chosen for their purity, intensity and resistance to UV. Colours can be blended, burnished and layered on a variety of surfaces. The casing is made of California Cedar from managed forests. Also included are 2 Full Blender-Bright Sticks to allow for the blending of colours. the pencil cap indicates the colour of the pencil.
These and their watercolor partners, the museum aquarelles are a must-have for anyone wanting to do colored pencil art. These, Holbeins for pastels, and Faber Castells for oil based, and the three top brands for the most beautiful work one can do.
Mom of 6, Christian, writer, publisher, coloring-addict, coffee dependent.
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