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PanPastel Sofft Tools Art Sponges Angle Slice - SETS

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PanPastel Sofft Tools Art Sponges Angle Slice - SETS

PanPastel Sofft Tools Art Sponges Angle Slice - SETS

Sofft Tools are a new generation of applicators for artists, made from PanPastels specially formulated micropore sponge for applying PanPastel. Each tool has a unique shape & size, based on artists brush shapes. They are versatile, re-usable & easy to clean. These tools can also be used with most water-based art and craft materials, including watercolor and acrylic paint, to create exciting new techniques, marks, and effects. Finished effects are different than those achieved with brushes, as the brush stroke is completely eliminated.

Sofft Tools use a special kind of sponge with micro-pores. The Micropore sponge has been specially formulated by PanPastel to hold and release just the right amount of colour. This sponge material is reusable; durable enough to work with highly pigmented colours. The material is easy to clean; wipe on a paper towel between colors and is washable. They are non-abrasive, for a smooth uniform finish. The Micropore sponge is versatile and can be used with PanPastel and any other water-based medium like, inks, acrylics, etc. There is no brush stroke when working with these tools, making them great for glazes.

Sofft Tools can be used with a variety of mediums, from pastels and charcoal to artists acrylics, watercolors, and ceramic glazes. Theyre great for a wide variety of fine art, craft, and hobby applications, including applying gesso, smoothing polymer clay, painting, paper crafts, scrapbooking, stenciling, rubber stamping, model making, and ceramics.

Art Sponges - Made of the same semi-absorbent micropore material used in Sofft Covers, Art Sponges have been specially formulated for art and craft applications. They hold and release just the right amount of color, and are non-abrasive for smooth, uniform results. These hand-held sponges can be used for applying color, quickly blocking in large areas of color, blending colors and materials, manipulating paint, creating backgrounds, underpainting, double and triple loading colors, sponging out watercolors and acrylics, and building up smooth layers of color.

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