Have you ever had to choose between crayons and colored pencils? This is why you should definitely choose to use crayons. Crayons are better than colored pencils. First, Crayons are softer than colored pencils. Second, they are more true to their color. Third, you don’t have to sharpen them.
One of the arguments against colored pencils is that Crayons are softer than colored pencils. That is a good thing because the color goes on smoother and isn’t streaky. There isn’t any variation in the color. That is good for coloring because you don’t want your art project to be a lot of variations of the one color.
Crayons are more true to their color. In class, we produced a test with 10 different colors of crayons and colored pencils and 9 times out of 10 the crayon color was more true to what was on the paper. This is good because when you are coloring a picture you want the color you see on the utensil to come out on the paper.
You also don’t have to sharpen crayons. When you are coloring with colored pencils for a long time they get dull and you have to sharpen them. When you use crayons when they get dull all you have to do is peel the paper down and it is sharp again.
Even though colored pencils are a good coloring utensil, Crayons are softer than colored pencils, they are more true to their color, and you don’t have to sharpen them. So order our Inkmeo Colouring roll and make some beautiful pictures with your Inkmeo crayons.