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Prismacolor Color Chart by Josephine9606 Prismacolor Color Chart by Josephine9606
I made this for my own reference but thought I'd share it.

This is a color chart for Sanford's Prismacolor Premier color pencils, 132 colors with a few Crayola I kept. I have scanned this in (versus taking a picture) so the colors should be more accurate.

New pic 1/11/09
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The-Hades-Virus Apr 9, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Very resourceful! Thanks for posting this! :D
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bhudicae Jan 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
:drool: I have the whole set, plus extras...I love my prismas!!
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Josephine9606 Feb 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I do too although I own the other brands too.
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oh and great chart. im definitely gonna use it
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did you buy them on ebay each time from the same seller? if so what was the sellers username?(sorry for the questions iven never bought anything via ebay)
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Josephine9606 Jun 11, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
No, I didn't buy them from the same seller for several reasons. While I own a few brands, the Prismacolor pencils are the ones I use primarily. Due to their soft lead and my preference for certain colors, they don't get used (up) at the same rate. I began grabbing extra sets of 120 colors, as needed, off eBay and later the 132 set. Retail price is high and I'm stubborn as well as persistent. The bargain on eBay comes in only if you are patient enough to wait until the last minute of an auction before bidding. I'm an agressive bidder and bid high in the last 30 seconds when there isn't enough time for the other bidders to act, thus I tend to win a lot. My personal limit was $50 so if an auction went over that, I passed on it but that was years ago; taking the economy and inflation into acount, that limit would be higher now. I also live in the US so I rarely buy from overseas sellers because the risk of the package getting lost in transit is far greater. If you've never shopped from eBay, read the sellers shipping terms and other policies before bidding and don't be afraid to ask questions. Also don't buy from any seller with less than a 99% rating or that does not accept payment with Paypal.
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Ninjagirl02 Apr 28, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you! I've started buying these, and this'll be helpful to see which colors will go best with my drawings! :)
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Josephine9606 May 19, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't know where you're from but unless you buy open stock, check eBay for sets. I aquired 3 or 4 120 color sets that way for $50 give or take, substantially less than retail.
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Ninjagirl02 May 19, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Uhh, I don't buy over the net, you see, I'm 13 years old, but thank you for the info! BTW I live in the U.S., a store that sells prisma's is just down the road from my house. :)
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Josephine9606 May 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I had no idea you were 13, I apologize. Had I known that I probably wouldn't've made the suggestion- I have a 13 y/o son and no, I don't want him shopping online either.
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