The Prismacolor Hex Chart helps colorists see the brand’s color arrangement in visual order – not numerical. The chart makes pencil selections more visually instinctive, allowing the artist to see appropriate and sometimes surprising blending colors a few blocks away on the chart.
The colored chart included makes pencil purchases easier with the ability to see similar colors to avoid spending on colors that are too near to each other, and helping to fill in gaps in an artist’s collection. Note that the process of scanning and digitizing and printing alters color, but the color chart is still a help.
Included in the Hex Chart Bundle:
A blank pdf with two pages:
page 1 to print onto pencil-friendly paper and hand color
page 2 colored in for reference
This chart is not required for any class here at Art-Classes, but students may find it a help. It is the same chart that has been sold on the instructor’s blog since 2018.
Fiona Harvey –
I bought and coloured the Prismacolor Hex Chart and at last I feel some sense of knowing my Prismacolors and how they work together (if only their outside matched their actual colour!). I had coloured other charts but they didn’t really help. Now I’m sorting the pencils into my slotted pencil case using the hex charts as reference, and I’ll be keeping the chart close by when I’m colouring. Everything just got a whole lot less frustrating. Thanks for this great resource 🙂