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Old 05-17-2009, 06:29 PM   #601
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fredness - that is GORGEOUS!!
Perfect amount of info --- thanks so much!
....you could bullet point the colors so they're easier to find than in a paragraph --- but that's just my personal processing style!! LOL!!!
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Very nice! Thanks for the colors....Pale Sage has to be my favorite green if not favorite pencil. I use it do a lot of blending instead of the colorless blender or OMS for that matter. I use Cream too for blending.
Thanks, MrHambo! Yes, Pale Sage is awesome BUT Cream is my shortest pencil . The BEST pencil for warming up tones and highlights.
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Curious - once I challenged myself to use all my longest pencils, the colors I rarely reach for. Which pencils are your longest ones?
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ha...all of them, I've only had them for a short amount of time!
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My long ones (not including newly replaced or new colors) are:

French Grey 90%, Violet, Dark Purple, Imperial Violet, Cerulean Blue, Parrot Green, Aquamarine, Peacock Green, Spring Green, Deco Yellow, Pale Vermillion, & Carmine Red.

Guess those are all on the brightish side - I'll have to explore that side of me soon!
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Guess those are all on the brightish side - I'll have to explore that side of me soon!
Yeah...my intense ones are the longest. Process Red, Pale Vermillion..Peacock Blue and Green. My Bronze is rarely used. Seems like the only Reds I use are Carmine Red and Tuscan Red. Good question!
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Thanks, MrHambo! Yes, Pale Sage is awesome BUT Cream is my shortest pencil . The BEST pencil for warming up tones and highlights.

Fredness how did you do the grass. Is that just pencil drawn on your image. Your card is amazing. I use pencils and googone all the time. LOVE this... Really nice work.. Is the sky done in little circles? I need to study this...
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Curious - once I challenged myself to use all my longest pencils, the colors I rarely reach for. Which pencils are your longest ones?
hmmm most of the grey's and oranges. White and black, I am going to try blending with more white or colour on dark cardstock. White is an underrated colour
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Thanks The grass was drawn with pencils; I probably went over the strokes with a blending stump though. The sky... yep, used little circles, feather light pressure... I used my lightest blues first then went over with gradually darker blues.

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HI Ladies...

Just found this thread which is a good thing..because I just bought the 120 pencils at Office Depot yesterday. Now need to learn how to USE them

Fred, your card is amazing love it!
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The Long Ones - well last week I could have said none, because I don't buy sets, I only buy the colors I like. But, I took a class with Karen Lockhart and she uses a lot of colors I don't normally use, so now I have aobut 30 long ones!

Karen's list of favorite colors: http://www.lockhartstampcompany.com/...ques1_2006.htm
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Excuse me if this question has already been asked & answered, is there a good electric pencil sharpener for the prismacolor pencils? Since I have to sharpen all 120 of them.. thought I would ask
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Excuse me if this question has already been asked & answered, is there a good electric pencil sharpener for the prismacolor pencils? Since I have to sharpen all 120 of them.. thought I would ask
I JUST bought a Boston X-Acto (model 1730) from Staples. I am on the fence about it. Not sure if I like the cutting angle.... really long but very pointy. The paper with it says not to put soft waxy pencils through it? I am going to guess they all say that because the wax sticks to the augers.
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My longest would be my Warm Greys, the whole group of them as I tend to reach for the French or Cool Grey tones first. I haven't used any of my warms. My other longest would be the bronze.

I've been matching pencils to the patterned papers I'm planning on using for my cards. I pull all the matches and put them in a pencil can to use until either the paper is gone or I'm tired of the colors. I find myself using a lot of colors I wouldn't have reached for on my own this way.

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I JUST bought a Boston X-Acto (model 1730) from Staples. I am on the fence about it. Not sure if I like the cutting angle.... really long but very pointy. The paper with it says not to put soft waxy pencils through it? I am going to guess they all say that because the wax sticks to the augers.
gotcha! I have heard or read a long time ago something about panasonic being a good one.. but have no idea which one..lol
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My longest one would be Orange pc918. Not because it is a color I don't use. Just the opposite. I use it a lot to color my monarch butterflies. I just bought a new one 2 weeks ago.
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Here's a Card I just colored. My wife...the lovely Monica...put it all together and put it in her gallery. It's a great scene to use some of those colors I never use.
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WOW Mr Hambo - that is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo impressive! Love it!!!
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I used to do that..or rather my wife would do it for me.....I don't have such a keen eye for color. Need to start doing it again.

Here's a Card I just colored. My wife...the lovely Monica...put it all together and put it in her gallery. It's a great scene to use some of those colors I never use.
Mr Hambo you did an awesome job coloring!!! Love it!
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Here are two Magnolia's I colored yesterday. Not as vibrant as Mr. Hambo, but I think my coloring is coming along a bit:

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I used to do that..or rather my wife would do it for me.....I don't have such a keen eye for color. Need to start doing it again.

Here's a Card I just colored. My wife...the lovely Monica...put it all together and put it in her gallery. It's a great scene to use some of those colors I never use.
That is amazing!
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Here are two Magnolia's I colored yesterday. Not as vibrant as Mr. Hambo, but I think my coloring is coming along a bit:

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Those two cards are EXCELLENT! Great coloring Maria!
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Here are two Magnolia's I colored yesterday. Not as vibrant as Mr. Hambo, but I think my coloring is coming along a bit:

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Your cards are amazingly beautiful!
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Maria, what did you use to blend?

I am really on the fence between prisma water color and premier.... I need to choose one, buy some more, and start practicing....
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I am really on the fence between prisma water color and premier.... I need to choose one, buy some more, and start practicing....
FYI mineral/baby oil and the various mineral spirits will blend watercolor pencils! So if you haven't splurged on prismacolor premiers or other regular artist pencils and have watercolor pencils in your toolbox, try them out I haven't noticed much difference in the 2 kinds of pencils after blending, except, I think the watercolor pencils are a bit more smooth or less grainy.
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I'll try mineral oil on the w/c pencils. I just have not found my perfect combination yet!
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{Maria, what did you use to blend?

I am really on the fence between prisma water color and premier.... I need to choose one, buy some more, and start practicing....}

I use gamsol to blend
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Here are two Magnolia's I colored yesterday. Not as vibrant as Mr. Hambo, but I think my coloring is coming along a bit:

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Nice coloring!! I really like the dress on the second one.

Thanks all for the nice comments on my card.
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Wow! Your cards are totally awesome! Fantastic job of coloring! TFS!




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I just put up a new card. I put up a step by step on our blog....if anyone is interested. I did some under coloring with complementary colors on this one. Thanks for looking!

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I got a few cards made this week using my pencils. You can see close-ups on my blog. I tried using the layering method to blend - - particularly on her shirt - without much success.

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i have a little sneak peek listed today on my blog --- and the stickles smeared my ink in some places. hmph

have ya'll ever used stickles over pencil --- will it stick with the wax???
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I think it looks good.. nothing wrong with her shirt
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You can use stickles over pencil - Shimmerz look cool too.
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I use H2O's over pencils to give it a much deeper color. I love it. I especially like the browns. It is gives it a richer look..
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I did a prisma daffodil card where I used mod podge to give it a bit of shine without making it too sparkly. It is hard to see in the picture but it looks nice in person. Check it out if you have a chance. Scroll down below the fairy to see it.
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HI Ladies

Well here is my first coloring with the pencils.. I like the one on the left better. The one on the right I colored it full and just blended on top, where as the one on the left I just pulled in the color. TFL!
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