In addition to a dedicated moment of relaxation, adult coloring stimulates the often-forgotten creativity that flows through all of us. Found in the kits of professional artists, Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils
are ideal for unleashing your inner artist and elevating the pages of your coloring book into works of art.
Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils have thick cores that are perfect for bringing bold colors to life, while the soft lead blends and shades seamlessly. With 150 colors to choose from, the perfect shade is never out of reach. They`re vivid and intense in one stroke and subtle in the next - perfect for any size project.
Where to buy: Amazon.com
, and many other assorted retailers!
I am no artist by any means, but I sure do enjoy adult coloring books on nights I really need to unwind from a long or stressful day. I used to think all colored pencils were the same, but the truth is, they`re not.
The standard colored pencils elementary school children have do
in fact color, but they do not provide a smooth surface/texture while coloring. They tend to be rough and leave a lot of white spacing in between the marks. The Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils do just as they are described to do. They have a very smooth and professional feel to them. They do not have that rough feeling when coloring. Also, if you notice, with other brands the lead tip seems to crumble off during uses. With the Prismacolor Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils, this is not an issue. I have experienced no breakage from these.
On top of being excellent quality, these also have great color to them. What you see is what you get. The colors are incomparable to those cheap pencils I used to use before these came into my life! There was not a single pencil was "dull" in color.
Needless to say, I am very pleased. The pencils come already sharpened and don`t even get me started on the cute little tin case! No worries of it ripping apart on you!
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