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  • Jdoodleme

    if i decide to scan and print one of my art peices will it turn out clear?

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  • chrisssss

    could you just use the pencils without the water?

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  • blueguitar77

    are art stix different from pastels?? are they like normal color pencil ((without the wood of the normal pencil)??

    could u please let me know if they are like pastels??

    thanx in advance

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @blueguitar77 The Artstix are like colored pencils without the wood – they are not chalky like pastels.

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @coolio666667777 Yes, they act just like traditional colored pencils if you don't add water.

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  • KEVYN

    @DiamondApple100 not usually the quality might drop just like some people who do the same, I haven't heard of people using certain scans that would not drop the quality of art

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  • ByakuraiTora

    Just bought these(36 piece), along with the 132 piece soft lead set, and the 36 piece verithin set. Amazing pictures by the way!

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  • tonythunderbolt

    what kind of paper did you use here?

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @lolmurky We used a watercolor paper.

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  • Molly A. Block

    Very nice video. I actually learned a few things here! I just got my first set of 12 watercolor pencils an I had no idea that they were so versatile. I didn't know you could wet the brush and pull color off the pencil tip for when you are on the go, that is neat! Thank you so much, your video really helped me a lot.

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @blackberrybunny We're glad this video was so helpful! Thanks for watching and for your kind comments.

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  • Jeremy Secora

    Could you use mineral Spirits?

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @luigi90900 These pencils are created to be soluble in water, so if you have interest in using them with mineral spirits it is best to experiment first to determine if it produces the desired result.
    Thanks!

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  • Perry's Hotter

    @karlypilkoids There's different brands and prices. I got a set 12 for seven dollars. That's pretty affordable. But the product in this video is expensive.

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  • lovegunz1

    your company needs to make / get an intermediate product that's actual affordable

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @Nijichan3 Yes – the watercolor are available in 36 colors. You can buy them in sets or individually. The regular Prismacolor pencils come in many more colors.

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  • Elizabeth Umanzor

    Lol we're all poor here.. Hahaha I only have a 12 color set and who knows how much it cost because my brother passed it on to me!

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  • Beatriz Gicole

    can prisma colorless blender can be use to any water color pencils?

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @maecbea I'm not sure if I understand your question…for blending watercolor pencils all you need to do is use water.

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  • Gretchen Abbott

    "if your a artist who dosent travel with musch you can dip the brush to your pencil"
    you still need water…

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  • MissCharlotteNielsen

    very useful tecniques 🙂

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  • xxlovesineadxx

    @NamiNomiCupcakeStar me too 😀 fret the same sale price XD

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  • AbductionFromAbove

    1:35- did she just say if you don't have any water? 0.o

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  • iheartart101

    I want those so bad!!! I'm saving my money! <3

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  • Umer Usman

    @BlickVideos he means that can he use prisma color colorless blender with water color pencils products.

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  • zrunner

    These pencils already have me hooked

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  • Paige Jones

    just got the 12 pack today! loveee them!! <3

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  • LX X

    @maecbea she shows it on 1:49-2:10

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  • Stephen G

    The one thing i hav to say is your prices are rip offs.

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @StephenaGoodwin9 If you find a price online lower than Blick's, we will match that price.

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  • Dragdar

    No offense but lol 'if you dont have water' lol XD

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  • mina sanders

    I love her voice.

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @LoricaLady The colorless marker does not have its own web page, but when you type in Prismacolor Colorless marker, the first result is Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Marker. Click on that – the page includes the colorless marker within the list of individual colored markers. I hope this helps. If you have difficulty or have questions about the product, please call or email our Product Information experts at 1-800-933-2546 or info @ dickblick . com.

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  • Blick Art Materials

    @LoricaLady It is fine to leave your pencils out in the open, this will not affect their texture or working properties.

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  • Anna Dueñas

    Great video, the last color bending technique helped me finish my art perfectly. Thanks!

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  • Blick Art Materials

    Unfortunately there is no way to measure how long your colorless marker might last as it is dependant on too many factors. Keep the cap on the marker when you aren't using it and be sure that it snaps on completely – this will help your marker last as long as possible.
    As for paper with your pencils, there is no "right" paper to use – these pencils will work on pretty much any paper. Different papers will give you different effects, so try them on a variety of surfaces.

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  • Masaiah

    If you don't have any water?

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  • Mr960silva

    The Dick & Blick, exist a representation in Portugal ? there some products I don`t find here.

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  • Blick Art Materials

    While we do not have a retail store in Portugal, you can shop from us online.

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  • thereplygirlsreviews

    ME WANT

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  • TziporaRaphaella

    @JBustamanteART I have both the Prismacolors and Derwent watercolor pencils and I prefer the Prismacolor. However, Derwent makes regular watercolor pencils and Inktense and if you want really bright colors that look almost like ink, Inktense is your best bet. Otherwise I tend to find the pigment is brighter and nicer in the Prisamcolor versus regular Derwent watercolor pencils. Worth a try, I'd say if you like watercolor pencils. The Prismacolors look much nicer too, I think.

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  • MCA

    in my opinion, this is pretty useless if you're not an excellent drawer…

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  • SourStrawberrys

    I wonder if once you stick the pencil in the water, will the pencil not color the same like it did before everytime you use it after that.

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  • OskarasNausėda

    can you ship to europe

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  • Blick Art Materials

    Yes- we do ship to Europe. Please check our website for shipping information.

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  • OskarasNausėda

    will you ship to Lithuania

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  • Milk Tea

    I got a 36-set of these pencils for Christmas, and they're amazing! Much easier to control than normal watercolor paints (But I still love those, too), and the colors are some of the most vibrant I've seen, especially the blues! I've been very happy with them so far. 🙂

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  • Ketutar Jensen

    I think this is the best infomercial I've ever seen! I never knew my watercolor pencils are that versatile! Thank you! 🙂

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  • GXSCChater

    Great Techniques I just bought a pack a few days ago and found this video, its very addicting to use the pencils! =^w^=

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  • RHCPInYourStep

    They are so incredibly smooth. I love them like no others. I agree with the price though 🙁

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  • Solomiya Tormozov

    if you don't have any water….

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  • imaan

    i cant imagine someone not having water but having the "prismacolor colourless blender marker"

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  • Clara O'Kay

    lol.

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  • hollym

    hahaha i was thinking the same thing

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  • roarodon

    Can you ship to South Korea?

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  • Antonio Rensy

    What kind of paper do you use?

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  • misspineapplemilk

    Since these are prismacolor watercolor pencils, I was wondering if you could tell me; are the pencils soft core as well?

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  • sentharia

    Thanks for all the ideas on using watercolour pencils! I got some as a gift. They aren't Prismacolor, but if I don't like mine after trying out various methods I may buy these next time around or wait for one brand to be on sale… and the blending marker is a brilliant idea!

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  • sentharia

    And I have to say I'd think for the artist who doesn't/can't travel with much bring a few strategic colours and the blending marker is probably a better idea, unless you are thinking of using them in a hotel or something as opposed to in the park or on the train. I like going to independent cafes and parks to colour or write poetry sometimes. With a convenient carry case and/or knapsack, I might expand my repetoire to watercolour pencils as I imagine the chemical smell would be minimal….

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  • Lily Wright

    How much are they? x

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  • Blick Art Materials

    To find out current prices on Prismacolor Watercolor Pencils and other great art materials visit our website dickblick.com. 

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  • Sanaya C

    thanks a lot 😀 this helped me so much 😀

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  • sinep

    cant wait to get my 24 set

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  • spark of my spiritual wisdom

    this was helpful

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  • OliviaCupcake 214

    I am going to do the swatch method

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  • CoralPink Gwiyomi

    Thanks for the tip

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  • Kylie Kitten

    U look like my teachers mum

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  • Black jaguar4

    what kind of paper should i use for water colors ??
    and about that travelling book .. which paper was that ??
     

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  • hey Fitz

    i love her.

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  • J Shapiro

    Just ordered these! I love the prismacolor soft core colored pencils as well!

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  • Kathy T

    Thank you for this video. I am now into adult coloring books and want to use watercolor pencils. This helps me alot.

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  • Kathy T

    What is the difference between soft color, blendable and watecolor pencils? Are they the same?

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  • lura garcia

    AMAZing tips

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  • Ilana Polakiewicz

    Thank you for this video. Very informative.

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  • Jayden Daryls

    I accidently bought a 36 pack of watercolour pencils, obviously never used these at all, and i was about to return them. I decided at last minute to watch this video and now, I decided to keep them!

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  • You Make Me Fafa

    can I order them in Europe? or will there be a problem?

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  • mxchi

    Just got these and i'm fascinated with the way the pigment liquifies! It's honestly amazing!

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  • Skitty Skittles

    How similar are these to normal prismacolor pencils when you are just using them with no water?

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  • Tommy Ohlrich

    Are these things all lightfast? Or just some? I hate when only SOME of them are lightfast. Or not at all. I think when you spend the extra money for an "artist" set of anything it should be something that will stand the test of time.

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  • scheherazades ismyname

    what is the name of the marker?

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  • Ali Zafar

    are they warped. do they break easily like soft core pencils. does the wood casing split when sharpening.

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  • Finch Gould

    What do you think about watercolor brush pens?

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  • heidigfx

    could you point me to a video of how these pencil water colors look on colored paper?

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  • EMMA SURY

    Thank you now I know how to use them

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  • AquaLady AGAVE

    That's cool. I never used it with the blender! Thank you!

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  • Nish Wayz

    Frick! at Michaels I thought they were knock offs so I didn't buy them

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  • Francisco Rivera

    Bruh she is so boringggggg

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