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Old 12-02-2009, 05:22 AM
bwjnsn bwjnsn is offline
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Re: Dick Blick

Here are the Daler Rowney pastel charts... with lightfastness ratings. Same as Blick?


http://www.daler-rowney.com/sites/da...01%20Chart.pdf

http://www.daler-rowney.com/sites/da...02%20Chart.pdf
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Old 01-13-2010, 07:06 PM
CalArtist CalArtist is offline
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Re: Dick Blick

I have the full set of Daler-Rowney pastels. I love them. I use them when I want different colors than I find in the Rembrandts, and when I want something in the same category, but with the unique feel that I find with the Daler's. I also have about 75 of the old, small and very thin Daler-Rowneys, which are great for when you need more accuracy and detail. I always have some of their larger size, fat pastels. Great stuff.

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I have the full-monty from Great American. Wonderful colors, square pastels. I only used a few of them so far, because the ones I have used, especially the whites, seem to crumble as soon as I get them to the paper. With so many fabulous reviews of their pastels, does anyone else in the world have this problem with the Great Americans?

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