Pencil Charts

Pencil Charts are important and useful tools, they make your work more precise and dynamic. I try to do charts of every art material I’m working with. Subtle nuances of tonalities are important for me and charts are fundamental in my work.

They are really important for coloured pencils, as not always the colour of the barrel matches the core. Most of the time they are close, but some in some sets they are way off. It can be frustrating when you pick up a pencil thinking it is a Prussian blue and you end up with purple on the paper.

I have a method to create charts. I fill a blank chart with all the colours of my set, cut them all individually and reorganize them in order. After my chart is organized, I create a PDF of my definitive chart and complete it.

I will make available here the ones I’ve created for my sets, as I see many Colourists looking for charts. I hope you enjoy. Happy Colouring!

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Pencil Charts – Click to download the free PDF

New! Kalour 180 Chart

New! Prismacolor Premier 72 Chart

New! Prismacolor Premier 150 Chart

New! Marco Raffiné 72 Chart

New! Derwent Coloursoft 72 Chart

Luminance 76 chart

Castle Arts Pasteltint 48 chart

Windsor & Newton 48 chart

Black Widow complete 144 chart

Irojiten Tombow complete 90 chart 

Marco Renoir 100 chart

Lyra Polycolor 72 chart

Koh-I-Noor Polycolor 72 chart

Sargent Art 72 chart

Faber-Castell Polychromos 120 chart

Guang Hui 168 chart

Schpirerr Farben 72 chart

Castle Art Soft Series 120 chart

Holbein Artists’ Coloured Pencils 150 chart

To print charts, I prefer paper that is thick enough but will print without problems, no jams. I use card stock (110 lb – 199g/m2), acid free, letter size (8 1/2″ x 11″ – 21.6 cm x 27.9 cm). I also try to look for paper that is green friendly and is part recycled. Here some examples of card stock: NeenahSpringhill and Neenah Cardstock.