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Old 08-09-2007, 09:51 AM   #1  
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I got some on the bay for a great price(I think), so now how do I use them and what can I do with them? Thanks alot
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Prismacolor what?

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Prismacolor Premier Pencils

Can I just color with them by themselves?
What is the Gamsol stuff? and the mineral spirits?

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Gamsol is a brand name of odorless mineral spirits. Michael's sells the Mona Lisa odorless brand. You can also use mineral spirits from the hardware store too.

You can also color with just the colored pencils. I've found that the blending pencils helps to smooth out the pencil marks. Michael's and Hobby Lobby both sell the blending pencils for around $2 each.
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OK I looked at the Gamsol tutorial. Thanks alot. I guess I am just going to have to play with them.
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Here's a link with a bunch of Prismacolor Gamsol tutorials:
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Yep- you can JUST color with them and they'll look very rich. I haven't gotten my hands on any mineral spirits yet- so all i've done so far is just color, and they color great
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Remember also that the paper is KEY...white Georgia Pacific cardstock from Walmart or Sams works best for me.
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The other paper that works fabulously is XpedX Brilliant White. I get mine at Arvey's in the Pacific NW......it is about $12 a ream of 250.
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Thanks alot Ladies. So SU white cardstock doesn't work well with them? The Georgia Pacific paper from walmart is the pkg that is in the stationary isle right. It looks like a pkg of copy paper? You don't have to use waterecolor paper?
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Nope....you don't have to use watercolor paper. The Gamsol really doesn't make the paper wet per se and there is no curling because of that.
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Thanks alot Ladies. So SU white cardstock doesn't work well with them? The Georgia Pacific paper from walmart is the pkg that is in the stationary isle right. It looks like a pkg of copy paper? You don't have to use waterecolor paper?
SU!s Whisper White is what I use with them. Check out my gallery to see the results. I've used watercolor paper, but don't really like the look it gives with them.
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I have tried to stamp an image using classic ink, colored with prismas then when I tried to use gamsol the whole thing almost got erased. I need to practice more I think.
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Happy Heart, just wanted to say your gallery is awesome!
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Hmmmmmmm, I'm not sure why that would happen. Sorry. I still think it has a lot to do with the paper.
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Hmmmmmmm, I'm not sure why that would happen. Sorry. I still think it has a lot to do with the paper.

I stamp with Stazon ink then color in with Prismas and blend with gamsol. Not sure the classic inks can hold up to the gamsol.
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I bought Prismacolor Pencil too recently. What ink pad does everyone use when you just color (w/o gamsol)? When I used SU! ink, it smeared a little bit. Maybe I didn't wait long enough to let the ink dried?
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I bought Prismacolor Pencil too recently. What ink pad does everyone use when you just color (w/o gamsol)? When I used SU! ink, it smeared a little bit. Maybe I didn't wait long enough to let the ink dried?


Yes I would like to know too. Just so I know if I need to buy some Stazon. Thanks
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I use the Palette Noir and have never had a problem with it.
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I use the Black Stazon. Never had it smear.
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Thank you, parotthead and Ann. I was interested in both ink.
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Ok, I cannot find gamsol at Michael's. They look at me like I am crazy. At Joann's I got the same look. Any suggestions? Does anyone sell it on line? Thank you!
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Ask for odorless mineral spirits. At Michael's, the brand name is Mona Lisa. You'll find this in the art section. Gamsol is a brand name for odorless mineral spirits.
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You can get Mona Lisa OMS at Michael's but don't ask anyone....they NEVER know! It is about 6" tall, white plastic bottle about 4" x 1.5" wide with a picture of Mona Lisa on the front. Joann's doesn't have anything. You can order Gamsol online from www.dickblick.com. If you are interested in a way to save on your dickblick order, please pm me.
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I get my Gamsol from Inky Antics. It's the perfect size, has a great little dispenser, and you can see excellent stamps at the same size
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I just use them plain most of the time. I have the Gamsol and the stumps but I'm too lazy to get them out. I love to practice layering etc. with these pencils. They are rapidly becoming my favorite tool.
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Gina K sells them on her online store too - and she has super fast shipping! Here's the link:

http://shop.stampingfreak.com/produc...&productId=406

But, I see she is currently sold out of both sizes. Sorry!

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In addition to Gamsol Magic, another of my favorite techniques for my Prismacolor Pencils is Pencil Over (Stamp with white craft ink on a dark cardstock and after it drys, color over it with your pencils. You will be amazed at the bright vivid colors you will get!!)
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In addition to Gamsol Magic, another of my favorite techniques for my Prismacolor Pencils is Pencil Over (Stamp with white craft ink on a dark cardstock and after it drys, color over it with your pencils. You will be amazed at the bright vivid colors you will get!!)
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For ink, I have always had great results with Ranger's Archival ink. It comes in a very true black as well as a lot of other colors. Its waterproof, smearproof and fadeproof. I have never had any problem with it running or smearing no matter what "wet" technique I may use.

Besides the online places for gamsol that other posters have mentioned, you might want to try a true art supply store (not a big box craft store with an art section). They will know what gamsol is. But I find this a lot more expensive than the mona lisa mineral spirits found at the regular craft store.
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I am using odorless Turpenoid from Hobby Lobby. $5.49 for a 4 oz. bottle; got it back in the artist section where the pencils, markers, brushes, etc. are. Works fine.
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Use Stazon Ink. It won't smear at all.
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Prismacolor Pencils are wonderful all by themselves! If you use a firm touch when you are coloring with them, they look almost like oil pastels. I used them even without a blender pencil, although I've been told the blender makes it all look better!
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Ok, I know I'm kinda bumping myself in here with my own questions, but it is about Prisma's. Can you use a Dove blending pen with their brand of blending solution? (Not really sure what it's made of). I'm talking about the regular pencils, not the watercolor type. If anyone knows the answer to this one, I'd really appreciate it! Thanks, in advance!!

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