TIP: Pastel Sticks to Add TextureMay 16, 2015
New Surface: Pastel PremierJune 10, 2015
As PanPastel Colors are dry colors there are several advantages to using them compared to using wet color mediums. Including how they work on delicate or thin papers such as the beautiful papers from The Japanese Paper Place. This short video demonstrates how wet mediums can cause buckling and bleed-through, whereas PanPastel are dry so those issues do not occur. In addition, because PanPastel Colors are applied with non-abrasive Sofft Tools which are sponge-based, they do not tear or damage the surface of delicate papers.
The image below shows the difference between wet (acrylic) color and dry (PanPastel) color on both sides of this paper.
And the image below shows the curling/buckling created once the wet medium (right side) dried on another super-thin paper….