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Old 08-19-2010, 12:01 PM
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Re: What's in the Salmagundi Club Ludwig Set + A Comparison Chart

I have the colored pencils in the Faber-Castell Polychromos range and have been meaning to get the full set of the pastels for some time now. I love strong, saturated colors and I'm used to knocking them back with complements when I want to mute them. What's more frustrating to me is not having a full spectrum of spectrum brights. There's always something I need them for.
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Old 08-19-2010, 04:10 PM
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Re: What's in the Salmagundi Club Ludwig Set + A Comparison Chart

Robert, I really think you would like them. While there are neutrals included, I've found even their neutrals are spot-on and useful--a small collection of cool greys, a small collection of warm greys, a nice sienna, good trio of ochres, a couple nice dark browns, and even a trio of metallics thrown in.

PS I GOT MY SALMAGUNDI SET TODAY!!!! WOO HOO! Just came back from working out and so I forced myself to shower and do a load of clothes, but I'm looking forward to opening the box! Oh, it's better than chocolates! And how many things in life are better than that?
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