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Re: PanPastel

Posted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 8:42 pm
by andrewcocker
Thanks Koos. Will look at picking some up come pay day.


Re: PanPastel

Posted: Sun Feb 25, 2018 10:35 am
by mec_alf
At last year's Convention there was a clinic on weathering with these. I went to my local art suplies shop a couple of days later and came back with some Rowney pastel sticks at £2 each, the shop owner opining that Pan Pastels were difficult to locate and the Rowney ones were probably more cost-effective. The main advantage is that the Pans are pre-ground.

Cass Art don't carry them, at least in Glasgow, so on-line might be the way to go for those who will accept no substitute.