Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and fine line marker review – Adult coloring supplies

prismacolor-premier-colored-pencils-and-fine-line-marker-review-gift-idea-for-kids-who-love-art-adult-coloring-suppliesI was asked if I would like to do a Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and fine line marker review. I was excited to try out these products, both because I was curious about them. Also because they are on my 11 year old daughters wish list!  The first question on my mind was, Are they worth the money?  After all, most colored pencil sets I buy for my kids are about two dollars for 12.  This set is about 50 cents a pencil. Which of artist grade is a steal of a deal… but still more than what I normal pay. But these are not for my 2 year old, these are for “adult coloring” lol.


Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and fine line marker review

If you are looking for high quality yet affordable art supplies then you need these in your life.  The Prismacolor pencils have very soft cores. They are thick, but soft which is perfect for blending and shading. This allows you to have a smooth yet rich color that gives you a very professional look.  It also allows you to blend and build your own colors.  I love the sturdy case they come in, that keeps them in order and also protected while not being used.

The Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers have ultra fine tips, which is great for fine lines and details. They are acid free and archival safe so they would be great for scrapbooking or memory books. The bold colors are great, perfect for outline or adding a message to a piece.

prismacolor-premier-colored-pencils-and-fine-line-marker-review-gift-idea-for-kids-who-love-art-adult-coloring-suppliesPrismacolor Premier Colored Pencils, Soft Core, 24 Pack

Bring your artistic vision to life with Prismacolor Artist Quality Colored Pencils! With a range of 24 vibrant colors, your illustrations and sketches will be off to a vivid start. Inside the box you’ll find colored pencils featuring soft cores that are the artist’s choice for blending, shading and layering. At the same time, Prismacolor art pencils feature pigments of unparalleled quality and leads that are thick and durable. This empowers you to effortlessly transition between forceful lines, delicate blends and smooth shadows.

  • Soft, thick cores are perfect for shading and shadows
  • Ultra-smooth, even color laydown
  • Lightfast, richly saturated pigments
  • Thick, robust leads resist cracking and chipping making them perfect for adult coloring books
  • Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and fine line marker review


 Prismacolor Premier Illustration Markers, Assorted Tips, Black, 7 Pack

  • Fine, chisel and brush tips ensure you can make precisely the right mark
  • Richly pigmented ink is acid free, lightfast, permanent, water resistant, smear resistant when dry and doesn’t bleed through paper
  • Fine tips create crisp details, chisel tip provides broad coverage and a flexible brush tip for smooth layers
  • Premium ink with unmatched color consistency
  • Includes 5 fine tip art markers in the following tip sizes: 005, 01, 03, 05 and 08 fine tips, 1 chisel tip and 1 brush tip marker
  • Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and fine line marker review

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61 thoughts on “Prismacolor Premier colored pencils and fine line marker review – Adult coloring supplies”

  1. Cara Morrison

    Marie Gentry Kristal Gentry Anzalone Teresa may like these for gifted art

  2. Janel E. Berchielli

    A Thrifty Mom Trina Weitzel seriously I just counted I have 37 prisms color pencils that all but 12 of them I bought individually at close to $2 each pencil

  3. Steph Richardson

    My daughter is an artist. She’s 17,and I’m constantly looking for something she can use that she doesn’t have. I have never heard her mention these! I’ve gotten her all the cool stuff like brush markers,watercolor pencils,etc..but now i have a gift that i KNOW she doesn’t have. Yay. Thanks again…and i love your page because i really only use amazon to shop online! 🙂

  4. Cindy Fox Maxwell

    A Thrifty Mom the skin tone ones (also on her list) were on sale too!U0001f600

  5. A Thrifty Mom

    I got it at Fred Meyers lol… that and a loaf of bread at the same time 😉

  6. Cindy Fox Maxwell

    I got the markers as my tween had them on her bday list. $160 down to $40!!

  7. Janel E. Berchielli

    oh yes they sure are like $2 a pencil for the unique colors sold individually. But even with a coupon to buy the box set is pricey

  8. Shannon Marie Zurbrugg

    A Thrifty Mom this I did in color pencil and tempra paint at 17 for my step mom

  9. Janel E. Berchielli

    Prisms color pencils are the best! I buy them at Michaels they keep them under lock and key!

  10. A Thrifty Mom

    Another great option… but then I have to leave my house LOL… Free 2 day shipping with prime and the set of 24 for $11 is amazing for moms that do not want to leave their house LOL

  11. Lauren Kasmierski

    I love prismacolor always go with them because they are so smooth and blend beautifully

  12. I’m a graphic designer and Prismacolor colored pencils got me through school! Love love love them!

  13. Cari Baumbach

    I had been wanting some forever… Since I was a child. The first time I used them it was a total different coloring experience. They really are smooth like butter. It’s unlike anything else.

  14. Shannon Marie Zurbrugg

    Thoes are the best pencils! I used them all the time when I had my things in art galleries.

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