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Old 08-15-2013, 10:44 AM   #1
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Default Prisma Colorless Blender Marker or Gamsol

Which do you prefer and why when coloring with prismacolor pencils? Thanks!
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I personally have never had much luck with the blender pen, it just doesn't really move the color around enough for me. I do love Gamsol though, it gets my vote!
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I didn't care for the blender pen, I also prefer gamsol but I also like the blending pencil some.. it is my second choice especially if I don't plan on being in my craft room while coloring.
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I get smooth results with Gamsol (or OMS), and I get a different brighter result with the blending pencil. Depends on what kind of look I want.
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I haven't tried the pen, I like my stubs and odorless mineral spirits.
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I prefer gamsol and blending stubs.
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I like using goo gone with blending stumps.
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