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    Colored Pencils for you.

    Today it's colored pencils for all. Please note that the actual "Pencil" is a pastel preset called "soft wax pencil". Simulating a colored pencil relies on being able to rub the colors together and get them to blend without being "wet" or "dry" that is why the pastel "wax" tab tool settings are perfect for this. The only drawback is that you may want to work on a larger image size than normal because you can't make this tool as small as the ArtRage pencil. By working at a larger size this can be eliminated as a problem. I also suggest doing what I have done and creating a toolbox with all these presets together along with the color samples. I haven't found a way to share toolboxes in an artpack yet. I hope that comes to us in a future release. It would simplify the creation of "kits" that we can share.

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    https://www.dropbox.com/s/gpfyszv15d...ls.arpack?dl=0


    Edited to update link.
    Last edited by Fashmir; 12-02-2016 at 04:46 AM.
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    Many thanks for these.

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    Thanks so much my friend
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    Thanks Fashmir, much appreciated
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    Thanks so much.

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    What is the difference

    Quote Originally Posted by Fashmir View Post
    Today it's colored pencils for all. Please note that the actual "Pencil" is a pastel preset called "soft wax pencil". Simulating a colored pencil relies on being able to rub the colors together and get them to blend without being "wet" or "dry" that is why the pastel "wax" tab tool settings are perfect for this. The only drawback is that you may want to work on a larger image size than normal because you can't make this tool as small as the ArtRage pencil. By working at a larger size this can be eliminated as a problem. I also suggest doing what I have done and creating a toolbox with all these presets together along with the color samples. I haven't found a way to share toolboxes in an artpack yet. I hope that comes to us in a future release. It would simplify the creation of "kits" that we can share.

    Name:  ColoredPencils.png
Views: 4057
Size:  93.3 KB

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/gpfyszv15d...ls.arpack?dl=0


    Edited to update link.

    Hi, I am new to this forum and simply cannot find a possibility to start a new thread, so I am trying this way.
    I am buying Prisma colors (132 or 150) and do not know why there are two sort of boxes, one with a girl and one with flowers on top. Can anyone tell me, what is the difference if any. I would like to buy the most soft coloring pencils. (Sorry for my English, I hope I am clear).
    regards, Natasa

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    Thanks so much.

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