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Premier Art Stix® Colored Pencils

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Go Naked

The same rich, creamy leads of the Premier Soft Core Colored Pencils but without wood casing to hold you back. No need to sharpen, so you can put your vision to paper ASAP. The soft core is fully exposed so you can lay it on even thicker in a single stroke. To the expert, it’s an essential and to the novice it’s a good place to start. The high quality pigments can be sharpened to a point or used blunt, perfect for small projects and larger areas of coverage.

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Artist’s Corner

Tip for the taking:Creating detail in opaque media

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I am often asked how I create fine lines in pastel using with only a blunt stick. Because pastel is an opaque medium, I have 2 options. I can either attempt to draw a fine line or I can draw a broad line and then chisel into it with the negative space. Thinking about drawing with negative space can help your drawing skills and your compositions.

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