Back from the brink!

What a crazy time these last few weeks have been for me – work, business, websites! I’ve been super busy, but never fear. The wait is over. Work begins on new videos tomorrow (they take a few hours a piece to do) and I need to wrap up that pen shootout project. I’ll be highlighting each pen individually, so stick around for that. I’m wrangling guest writers and contributors continually to help out with the site as well. Thanks for your continued patience and patronage, and man is it time for a refresher :-) As always, comments and suggestions welcome in the comments section or if you’re feeling sheepish, email me – spencer [at] idsketching.com

  • mabel bolivar

    I have a question. Why don’t they sell prismacolor leads separate from the wood carrier?
    I would like to use a mechanical pencil t draw with.
    Broken bits could still be used up.
    Right now I save the broken bits from my wooden color pencils and use them in the mechanical pencil holder but t would be easier to start of with the entire lead.

  • mabel bolivar

    I have a question. Why don’t they sell prismacolor leads separate from the wood carrier?
    I would like to use a mechanical pencil t draw with.
    Broken bits could still be used up.
    Right now I save the broken bits from my wooden color pencils and use them in the mechanical pencil holder but t would be easier to start of with the entire lead.

  • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

    I have no idea why not :-) In any case, you can usually find .9mm leads at any good art store in a variety of colors.

  • http://www.idsketching.com Spencer Nugent

    I have no idea why not :-) In any case, you can usually find .9mm leads at any good art store in a variety of colors.

  • 2D

    test out a Uni-ball Deluxe Fine by Sanford. This is a favorite at my school

  • 2D

    test out a Uni-ball Deluxe Fine by Sanford. This is a favorite at my school