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Old 08-19-2006, 11:20 AM   #41  
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LOL, sorry! Not really looking like SU blender, it looks like a fat marker, with a write tip and a brush tip. I didn't see it at AC Moore but that is not to say it wouldn't be somewhere else, since our AC Moore didn't even have the pencils.
Dick Blick doesn't have them listed either, so maybe have to go to an art store where they sell drawing supplies.
I just got back from the art store here and I asked about the blender marker. The girl I spoke with had never heard of using it with the pencils so she tried it there, and it worked. I have yet to use it on anything, but I just wanted to say thank you for recommending it to me!
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Absolutely, works wonderfully. I love both the look of the marker with prismacolors and the blender pencils, both are much better for me than the mineral spirits. I am not really good with chemicals, lol. They give me the heebie jeebies.
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I know, and with three little children I don't want that stuff around. I found Gamsol, finally, but I do not think I need that huge can of it, so for now, I will use the blender pencils and marker!
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