Oct
10
2013

Whats the Buzz- Mungyo Gallery Soft Pastels Return!

Back by Popular Demand - Gallery Handmade Soft Pastels!

In today's issue of What's the Buzz, we decided to bring back a buzzworthy product from our first edition of What's the Buzz. We are bringing back the Gallery Handmade Soft Pastels. After our first article, we had lots of people check them out and let us know how much they loved them. We got so many new reviews and emails and comments, we had to share them with you. Seriously, if you have not tried these yet, you are missing out!

 

The quality of these handmade hand rolled soft pastels is incredible. Unlike most machine-made pastels, Gallery Soft Pastels are hand-rolled without the use of a binder. That means that these pastels are softer to the touch and can lay down more pigments with a smooth consistency over some chalky machine-made pastels. And look at how brilliant the pigments in these pastels can be!

The high quality hand-rolling, time it takes to make these, and lack of a binder make these pastels stand out among the rest. Now let's see what you all had to say about these now that you've had a chance to try them out.

"Since you wrote about them last time, I had to try these gallery pastels out. It's hard to describe the pastels because they don't feel like most pastels I've used in the past. When I draw with them, they hit the paper with much more consistency and go down with so much color. You wont waste time going back over what you've already drawn or space you've colored. I would definitely recommend these to a friend!"- Matth3w4te, Chicago, IL

"I really like the way that the soft pastels are used for layering and how they blend so smoothly together. With such diverse color choices in the sets available, I haven't switched mediums since I started with these. Pastels are my new favorites."- Wesley Welner, Denver, CO

"I had to try Mungyo pastels after not liking some others and reading your last article on them last week. These are great. OMG I love them!!!!"-Liona D, Detroit, MI

"As an art instructor, I take the word of Jerry's Artarama very seriously as one of the top authorities on art supplies. I thought after seeing the price listed for these pastels that they might not be as good as you said. Boy was I wrong! These pastels have surpassed any expectations I had. The quality and consistency of the Mungyo soft pastels makes them so much easier to work with. When you blend them, the colors and pigments mix well and come out so creamy. I will be instructing my classes to get these for sure."-Marsha Lynchburg, Seattle, WA

"Glides smoothly, great rich colours, good flow on various types of paper (Velour, sanded, pastel board)"-michaelht, MT

"I thought they might crumble easily, but they hold together very well. Even when I rubbed them down to the bottom from overuse, they didn't crumble. Great product. Good suggestion."-Sturgy420, Miami, FL

"Gallery pastels are the best product you can buy for the value you save!"-Patty Nedefens, Concord, MA

Thanks for all the reviews and comments. Glad you all liked Gallery Soft Pastels to take our word for them and try them for yourselves. For those that haven't tried them out yet, What are you waiting for? With Jerry's, right now you can save up to 67% off list price. With a deal like that, if you've ever thought about getting into pastel art, now is the time. And only with Jerry's Artarama will you find content like how to work with these Gallery Soft Pastels with famous artists like Dick Ensing:

 

 

Try Gallery Soft Pastels for youself and see what all the buzz is all about. And remember, we take your comments to heart here and will share them with you as much as we can to help Artists like you find the best tools and products on the market! So make sure and leave us some comments! See ya next time with more Whats the Buzz next week!

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