The Mediocre Artist Fer AXAG: The soft core pencils are designed for larger spaces... If you want details buy the verithin.. yep
Aljosa Milojevic: I've recently bought a pack of 12 Prismacolor BLACK verithin pencils and they literally can't be sharpened. Their cores are so off center and they break no matter what technique i use to sharpen them, it is absolutely ridiculous. It's like the worst pencil i've ever bought and i feel like i threw my money away. I am wondering what would be your solution on those ?
ART FOR KIDS: Beautiful! I like!
saintsdancenrome: Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. I love Blick Art materials. I get the great buys too!
Violianom: After ruining half of my Verithins with a new sharpener I finally learned the right way. Jeez I feel like an idiot. Thanks for the tutorial! RIP Verithins )+:
Johnny Bravo: her voice is so calm. that and I just realized I'm watching a video on how to sharpen pencils....woah
Nickooni: moter sharpeners work fine she just want you to but there product
Elizabeth Clothier: I guess I got some great advice when I was told to always turn the sharpener, not the pencil. This has worked beautifully with my Prismacolor colored pencils since I purchased them. Never had a breakage problem :-)
Chak Chak: Her voice is gooood for making ASMR video
Puffy Jo: nobody sharpens thier pencil rocking it back and forth like that thats nuts
Simon Carrick: holy crap! it works! thank you! :) I also got ASMR from this
Yvette Williams: If u want pointy Prismas buy the Prisma Verithins. They are AWESOME For small spaces and corners!
Robert Caldwell: Question #3: My new Prismacolor pencils (24 set) came mildly sharpened. I thought there was a legitimate reason why the manufacturer did this and thus I didn't independently sharpen them. But while watching tutorials on YouTube, everyone seems to stress the importance of sharpening the pencils to a sharp point. Is that best? If so, why don't the pencils come that way? I also was trying not to waste the pencils by unnecessarily sharpening them.
Robert Caldwell: Question #2: Featured manual pencil sharpener: What is the precise manufacturer and model #? I'd like to order one on Amazon, as it looks like a nice one. I'd also like any recommendation that you can offer. I know in the video you state "prismacolor bullet sharpener" but the feature product on Amazon appears to be different than what I saw you using during this video. Thank you.
Robert Caldwell: Question: Why is it better to turn the sharpener around the pencil, then rotate the pencil inside the sharpener?
Tommy Ohlrich: You literally CANT sharpen prismacolors by hand. No matter how you do it or what kind of sharpener you use. Their cores are so soft and off center that the leads break before it gets anywhere near a point. And it's not a one off problem. Prisma has a huge quality control issue with their reg colored pencils.
Joshua Curtis: Where can I find the wood pencil case you have the Prismacolor pencils in?
JiYung: insane pencil mechanics
Lilybox: This helped a lot thanks! Also not to mention I do have the catalogs from bluck materials, they have a lot of things I want to try!
Berren Drown: If it is mechanically better to rotate the sharpener, then why oh why are 99% of sharpeners designed for the pencil to be rotated...
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