Free Castle Arts “Soft Touch” Pencils – 120 Swatch Chart (1 Page)

Download this free Castle Arts Soft Touch Colored Pencils Swatch Chart! Contains all 120 of the colors currently available in the Soft Touch Pencils line, 120 colors on one page. All of the pencil names and numbers are pre-printed below the swatching segments! Organized in Color Wheel Order by Jennifer & Steve.

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7 comments… add one
  • Lydie JUNG Jan 13, 2022 @ 3:57

    Thank you so much for those tools.

  • Tommie Smith Jan 26, 2022 @ 19:38

    Thank you so much Jennifer and Steve for all the expertise work you put into it.

  • Tricia Barnard Apr 15, 2022 @ 14:31

    Thank you Jennifer and Steve for all the work you put into helping our colouring journey. I am now in the process of re-organising all my pencils. I now knowing how long it takes to do it with your charts. Thank you soo much.

  • Karen Eng Nov 29, 2022 @ 11:05

    Thank you Jennifer and Steve for all that you do for all of our coloring needs and desires. I have been home on disability for almost 10 years now. Coloring definitely is something I enjoy immensely. I truly appreciate you two. Many dark days for me but always brightened by kind people. Thank you dearly.
    Sincerely Karen.

  • Freida Christmas Jan 5, 2023 @ 12:35

    Thank you for these swatches ! I cant believe I never used them before ! Iam loveing all that you guys do .. Keep up the awsome work….

  • Lynette Murphy Jan 22, 2023 @ 15:57

    Thank you very much. I am very new to adult colouring and after the death of my daughter then my partner I hope to try and colour and hope this relaxes me a little.

  • avalondsp Mar 11, 2024 @ 10:24

    I am a 75-year-old-grandmother of 2 granddaughters and one grandson. They are the children of my two daughters. I have no colorist training and am trying to learn to color in coloring books. I am trying to learn how to put colors in color family order, how to see undertones, how to determine warm from cool colors when they look like the exact same color to me, and how to create color palettes. I can tell when colors look good together and when they don’t, but just making a palette up out of thin air is beyond me. Jennifer and Steve have wonderful products to help with that, but budget and disabilities are keeping me from purchasing them or taking classes for now. Been a member for about a decade or perhaps a year or two more.

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