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Camlin Kokuyo Water Color Pencil - 24 Shades
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- 24 assorted shades in 12 full Size hexagonal pencil
- Confirms to safety standard EN 71 - 3
- Camel Art Contest entry coupon inside the pack
- Best result can be seen on Drawing Paper these colours can adhere easily to surfaces like textured paper, sketching paper smooth tinted paper or even on Canvas
- Dipping of the pencil is not suggested, use brush and water to spread
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Camel Water Colour Pencil is a versatile product that can be used as dry-blend or as water colour. They are pre-sharpened, Ready to use, and have light -fastness and colour brilliance.
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There is hardly any shade difference in the multiple color pencils given for yellow orange, red and light blue. See the attached image
Where are common colors such as purple and yellow ochre?
All 3 red color pencils are of same shade. Should it not be maroon, vermilion and crimson?
On the phone, I was told I am the first person complaining. For your kind information I would like to inform that I asked in atleast 3 stationery shops which keep art supplies. Not even one of them had kept Camlin. On of the shopkeepers said "it does not move".
All of them recommended Faber Castell or Steadtler.
I recently visited an art class, she gave me a big list of stationery I need to buy and she recommended Faber Castell too mentioning it is good quality, something the shopkeepers had to say also.
With all this how many people do you think will buy your product to even get to complain?