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Panatone or pantone pens

Post by Guest on Sun 7 Mar 2010 - 22:30

One of the male teachers has a super range of these Pantone pens, they look just like promarkers, just wondered ifanyone knows anything helpful about them, he said i can take some if they are any use to me?

I didnt just nick them there and then..but i know where they are kept lol he inherited them from another teacher who left.

I did look them up on internet but could only see the price etc..no info on using them..mind you it was during my lunchtime ict supervision session

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Post by karinlouise on Sun 7 Mar 2010 - 22:34

Never heard of them, but they sound good. Do they colour and mix when diff colours applied. Even if you just took one of each of the rainbow, its another colouring media that would work for some things.

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Post by Guest on Sun 7 Mar 2010 - 22:36

i had thought about taking a few to try out...might do that, but i have loads of stuff so only wnat them if i can use them...they smell nice..

yes i know we aren't supposed to sniff stuff, i always do...lol

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Post by Lorraine on Sun 7 Mar 2010 - 22:47

It depends on which pens they are, Goaty. If they're just normal Pantone Pens, then they're good anyway.

But....if they are Pantone Tria pens, then they are brilliant. More expensive than Copics or Promarkers, I wish I could have afforded them. They are alcohol based and translucent, so will blend too.

Check which pens they are.

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Post by thriftycrafter on Mon 8 Mar 2010 - 18:15

They're nice pens, you should ave them, says burglar Bill LOL

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Post by Guest on Tue 9 Mar 2010 - 21:26

Missed the lesson with the teacher today due to the passing out parade...but..i will see him in the morning..he is an african teacher, so will be bought by a woman bearing tea...lol

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