Faber-Castell Polychromos Colored Pencils

I’m drawing with the polychromos, the Faber-Castell polychromos colored pencils. I’m using a couple tones to blend. Because of the oil-based technology, the Faber-Castell pencils blend very nicely. There’s no waxy bloom build up, so you can see that I can really lay it in there. One of the features about these colored pencils, sometimes you have the frustration of pulling out a lead that’s not been bonded. But these leads are bonded all the way down the barrel. So

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Caran d’ Ache Pablo Colored Pencils

WOMAN: Caran d’ Ache Pablo is a soft water resistant coloured pencil made with pure pigments for superb lightfastness and bright clean colours. As an artist, what impresses me about them is their smooth-as-silk ability to sink into ever fibre of the paper for dense, even coverage without leaving flecks of white paper. If you look at the cherries and strawberry in my drawing, you can see what I mean. When used in multiple layers or heavy application, they can

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Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils

[MUSIC PLAYING] I’m working with the Pitt Pastel Pencils, 60 colors. Color index, color matched with all the other lines of Faber-Castell. They’re also security bonded, the SV bonding, which bonds the lead to the pencil all the way down. And they have great excellent color opacity. Very, very easy to blend and get sort of even richer variety of colors than I have in the 60 color set. One of the other features about it is, that it gives

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