Hi everyone, today I have a short review of the Arteza Colour Pencils.
Arteza very kindly asked me to choose some product, so, so far I’ve used and reviewed the Watercolour Pencils, Heat Transfer Vinyl, Watercolour Paints and now the Coloured Pencils. I have some more fun stuff to share over the coming weeks.
I swatched all the colours and shared some of them above.
These pencils are surprisingly very smooth and creamy in texture and I got really good coverage as you can see in the squares I’ve coloured.
The coloured used below are…
Eggplant, Fushia, Forest Green & Basil and the White Quartz.
The colours are bright and highly pigmented, because of this I decided to stamp my image on Kraft card so that you can see just how well the pencils cover.
I mention in my video at my surprise to how well they blend, with a lot of coloured pencils they can be very hard with no movement, whereas these feel more like a watercolour pencil, and blend really well. You can even rub the colour with your finger to blend.
I found the White Quartz pencil worked very well and allowed me to add highlighted areas with ease and also worked as a blender pencil.
Check out my quick review below.
If you would like to purchase any of the products featured or see what other supplies Arteza have, then please check out the links below.
You can also receive 10% off by entering the discount code MixedUpCraft2 which is valid until 31st May 2019
Click here for the coloured pencils.
Click here for the Fineliner Pens, I talked about.
The stamp I used is the Woodware Classic Rose Bunch available here.
I hope you found this information helpful.
Let me know what you think.
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