Tombow Recycled Colored Pencil share




Aloha Guys!

Today I wanted to quickly share these New Tombow Recycled color pencils that Tupelo Designs LLC carries.  They now carry many brands of colored pencils such as Spectrum Noir, Prismacolor Premier, Julie Netting, Tombow Recycled color pencil…etc.  I’ve shared the other color pencils in many of my other videos but since these are New and I’ve never shared them, I’d thought I’d quickly share them today.  More options for you to choose from.  I used these New Stampendous Jumbo stamp set to demonstrate how these colors blend and to my surprise, I was extremely impressed.  I’ve had these pencils in my stash but I’ve never used them so I’m actually trying them out with you guys for the first time.  They carry 2 different sets, a 12 set and these 24 set.  For these specific line of pencils, 24 is the full set.  What makes these pencils different than other pencils is that it’s made out of Recycled Re-porposed trees, so very environmental.  These are wax-based pencils made with Cedar wood and it’s a little denser than the soft cored Prismacolor premier pencils but they actually feel just as buttery as the Prismacolor pencils.  They are Highly pigmented and an Artist quality but the price point on these pencils are pretty awesome!

I’m really not doing a full coloring tutorial but enough for you to see how easily they blend.  Both Prismacolor pencils and the Spectrum Noir pencils are very high quality pencils but this is just another option you have.  I really loved the consistency of these pencils and they don’t give a wax-bloom like some of the other wax based pencils.  I hope you found this video helpful and hope you enjoy watching how these work.

I really appreciate all your wonderful support and if you have questions regarding a product or would like to see a Demo, please leave me a comment and I’ll try my best to get to them as soon as I can.  Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll see you back soon.  Thanks again 🙂

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