- Designed for coloring book fans and useful for artists
- Includes 51 fully labeled charts
(see contents with links below)
- Spiral bound with 5 tabbed section dividers for ease of use
- Expanded color family charts and 31 pages of blank charts
- Black charts for swatching lighter colors
- 8.5 x 11″ landscape format with 221 pages on thick paper
- Keeps your swatches in one handy place
- Easily track what you have and what you need
- Room for notes
- Plenty of line art to color
This special book (which is only available through the RubyCharmColors website) was designed for adult coloring book fans and was a labor of love in so many ways. Although there are many charts available for colored pencils, I felt compelled to create a book that included most of the popular brands I (and many of my coloring friends) used frequently, but I wanted it to be special. Instead of just charts, I wanted room for notes and art to color. And I wanted it all in one big book that could be used as a reference for choosing colors and for keeping track of which pencils I had and what I needed. And then I tossed in watercolor pencils, markers, inks and pastel pencils, too! I self-published the first edition on Amazon, and thanks to the encouragement of friends, I have since revised the charts and published a special Artist Edition.
This book has multiple improvements compared to the original first version including tabbed section dividers, spiral-binding and heavier paper that is much less likely to bleed through when using markers and watercolor pencils. It also includes expanded notes about the media, revised color names for brands that have changed things up a bit, and the new Derwent Chromaflow colored pencils have been added to the book as well. The BBCC just may become a workbook of colors you keep and use forever. I am anxious to start using my own copy and hope you enjoy filling yours with all of your favorite pencils and more.
The BBCC list of color charts below shows what is included in the book and is based on surveys and research that helped me decide what I would have room for in the book. All of the brands listed are fully charted and based on the most recent color charts available from the manufacturers. If you don’t see your brand listed here, there are plenty of blank charts at the back of the book to add them in yourself.
The chart below also includes quick links to all of the art supplies listed in the book for your convenience, so bookmark this page if you like! Please note that I am now a Blick Affiliate and may earn a small commission if you choose to make a purchase through clicking on some of the links on my website. This does not affect your shopping experience (except to make these products easier to find), does not affect product pricing, or your privacy. If you visit Blick and purchase products through my links, the small commission I earn does help me continue my work as an independent artist, however, so please know I appreciate you shopping through my links! Some of the products that are not available through Blick include links directly to the manufacturer’s websites or other sites.
Big Book of Color Charts Contents:
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I love to draw and am officially addicted to colored pencils. Well, most art supplies, really. In addition to the Big Book of Color Charts, I have PDFs you can download, print and color, and I have a few different handmade books (crafted in my small home studio) in addition to coloring books and art journals on Amazon.
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