HomeArticlesR&F Pigment Paint Sticks R&F Pigment Paint Sticks By Eric Benedict December 8, 2019 Articles, Blog 19 Comments Tags:art materials video, art supplies, artist oils, blick, no solvent painting, oil paint, oil paint bars, oil paint in a bar, oil paint in a stick, oil paint sticks, oil painting, oil sticks, paint, paint sticks, painting, painting with oil bars, painting with oil sticks, pigment sticks, plain air painting, plein air painting, product demo, product information Related Posts Abandoned $10,000,000 Mansion of Pablo Escobar (paint balled inside!) Badanamu Arts & Crafts EP2: Let’s Draw Mimi l Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs Spectrum Noir 6pack Midas Metallic Pigment Inks Set About Author admin 19 Comments therealrauch January 22, 2010 As this video loads, I am preparing to drool. Reply Michael Baca April 19, 2010 I love the idea, but they are expensive. Appox. $10-$19 per small stick and up to $80 for large sticks. Sounds and looks great on the video, but after seeing the price – I don't think I will be trying these out anytime soon. Reply Blick Art Materials April 19, 2010 @JesterDev Keep in mind these pigment sticks are made with high quality pigments and binders so they offer great coverage and go far! Reply Blick Art Materials May 13, 2010 @leewildeart Yes, the pigment sticks dry in a similar time frame as regular tube oil. And as with tube oils, certain colors (pigments) naturally take longer than others. Reply Jeremy Secora April 4, 2011 So its a big oil paint crayon? COOL! Reply Blick Art Materials June 20, 2011 @Movieview90 Yes- the R+F pigment sticks work with liquin, Galkyd and all other oil painting mediums. Reply sofie villa July 25, 2011 Does this work well on a painted wall? Reply JackANDJude October 1, 2011 What is the difference between this and oil pastels? Reply Blick Art Materials October 3, 2011 @Movieview90 The pigment sticks are like an oil paint in a stick form. They can be used in conjunction with all oil paint mediums. Reply Blick Art Materials October 3, 2011 @JackANDJude There are many different types of oil pastels so it would be difficult to compare the R+F pigment sticks in this way. The pigment sticks are a high quality oil paint in a stick form (as are some oil pastels) but they are much bigger than most oil pastels so you can work in a large format. Their consistency is unique and very smooth and their high pigment load lets you thin or extend with oil mediums while maintaining vibrant color. Reply threeby8887 March 23, 2012 The biggest difference between oil pastels and oil sticks is that oil pastels are made with a non-drying oil, whereas oil sticks are made with the same drying oils as oil paints, so they do dry. Reply Jason Sentuf May 31, 2012 Nice demons….Thank for share it with us… Reply boscorner November 20, 2012 @JackANDJude mainly the wax. Plus this stuff is easier to use with brushes and more waterproof Reply gavin chai April 29, 2013 good~ Reply bmayer00 June 25, 2013 My Indian yellow has been wet for a year. Can't get it to dry, put it in a room with a humidifier, used a hair dryer, nothing works. Co has no idea how to get it to dry. Reply Nelle Kirk September 7, 2014 She made me laugh in he beginning and end. XD. But those look really cool, I need to try them out. Reply Johandry Colmenares March 25, 2016 she looks so concerned lmao Reply Yves Frémin December 18, 2017 D'autres artistes sur : https://www.expositionpeinture.com/artiste/yves-fremin-742.html Reply Freepalestine One April 23, 2019 I want them Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.