Tuesday, November 11, 2014

FUN GIVEAWAY! 12 Grip Faber-Castell Watercolor Colored Pencils

Item Description: 12 Grip Faber-Castell Watercolor Colored Pencils. Each EcoPencil is made with reforested wood and break resistant lead. With pencils that are easy to grip, the drawing, sketching and coloring never has to end!




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Q:  What do you know now that you wish 
you knew before?
(concerning art)


WINNER: Dixie (November 11, 2014 at 3:35 PM)

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30 comments:

  1. That there are such things as a blender pencil and a burnisher pencil :D

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  2. That I can use all my favorite oil painting mediums with colored pencils!

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  3. I know now that my work is appreciated by others, and that there is a market for it, even if it's not found withing my immediate social circle.

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  4. I wish I knew to value my talent more and not give up on my aspirations to be an artist (as a vocation).

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  5. I know now that I sould not only compare myself to other artists, but start to value my works more. The art means to stand out and to go your own way!

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  6. That somebody invented blending pencils! I have M.S. and they make my life easier. Thank-you to that parson!

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  7. To leave your fear behind and jump right into a project.

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  8. That you should share you art, you never know who you will inspire and encourage. Plus don't compare your style to others, be unique and celebrate who you are.

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  9. Go ahead and waste the paper and practice! For so long I was afraid to waste paper or supplies and would get anxiety about messing up on the good paper/canvas.

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  10. I wish I had followed my passion all along. It is the best mental health medicine.

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  12. That with the right material, colored pencils drawings don't look Crayola-childish!

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  13. That drawing needs first of all a real passion and diligent practice, not only talent, which means that even those less talented may learn how to draw :)

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  14. That there is no need of expensive materials to create a real art.

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  15. I know now that I am not a bad artist but wished I had known that in the past as I know I missed out on possibly creating a masterpiece.

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  16. i wish i knew before that art is all about expressing yourself through your artwork no matter what your artistic skills maybe or what materials are used to create the artwork

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  17. I know now that I can ~ FB name Clairely Spaced

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  18. I know now that I can never learn enough.

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  19. That one day I would have the self assurance to know that I am a good artist, and that my passion for art, and my struggles, trials and tribulations have all be worth it to get to this part in my journey!

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  20. How to use a blending penciles, and olso that using your fingers to do shadows isn't a good idea,and I was doing it from time I got first pencil to my hand, but the BIGEST discovery was a bread eraser!! Just Magical thiing!!

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  21. to use mineral odorless spirits and a gelly roll pen
    nadiake34@msn.com

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  22. Never compare your work to the work of others, only your own, for self growth. Art is a Journey, not a destination, enjoy the ride, every second of it!!

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  23. It doesn't matter how long of an absence you've been away from art, you can always pick up where you left off. Really.

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  24. that watercolor pencils are great for adding detail to watercolor paintings

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  25. WINNER!: DixieNovember 11, 2014 at 3:35 PM
    To claim your prize email us with your shipping address at admin@coloredpencilmag.com by 11/19/14

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