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I’ve got you covered with FREE Swatch Charts!

Are you seeking Swatch Charts for download and printing. These can be colored in. Prismacolor pencils are super soft, making them perfect for easy light applications, while the Faber-Castell PolyChromes pencils are harder with vivid colors, ideal for coloring smaller areas.

Click the Sheet You Want to Download. Sheets are PDF’s to keep print dimensions. Then use your browsers tools or PDF viewer tools to print. I’m happy to share these charts with you. Feel free to download them, color them in and use them for personal use. They can’t be sold and all copyright belongs to Tammie King / Tammie Ann Creative. If you would like to post one to your own coloring site, please ask.

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These Prismacolor colored pencils are a dream for those seeking easy light applications. They are super soft. That can have benefits as well as problems. They do break easy. Still they create beautiful pieces of art and don’t wear out your hands.

150 Set | 36 Set | 24 Set | 24 Portrait Set | 12 Set

Prismacolor Premier® Soft Core Colored Pencils
Numbers, Names & Color Families
(small text) | 150 Colors

Prismacolor Premier® Soft Core Colored Pencils
Numbers & Color Families
–no names– | 150 Colors

These Fabre-Castel PolyChromos are a beautiful set of pencils. They are harder and keep a nice sharp tip. But they do take a bit more pressure than some other pencils. The colors are vivid and you can really get into those smaller areas. These are lovely to work with.

120 Set | 120 Wooden Box Set | 72 Set | 60 Set | 36 Set | 12 Set

Faber-Castell Polychromos Colored Pencils
Numbers, Names & Color Families
(small text) | 120 Colors

Faber-Castell Polychromos Colored Pencils
Numbers & Color Families
–no names– | 120 Colors

Blank Swatch Sheets

You add your own colors, brands, types and techniques.

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28 responses to “Swatch It”

  1. Thank you for these! Very helpful.

    1. So happy you can use these color sheets. Enjoy. Tam

  2. Nice post

  3. Thank you so much for this resource! Very helpful and so generous of you.

    1. Thanks so much Tanya. I’ve been getting things in order and have loads more coming to YouTube, Rumble and the site soon.

      Sorry for the long reply time.

      1. Thank you for the swatches! Although, I’ve noticed the 72 swatch chart only has 67 spaces. Fives boxes are missing. Could this please be fixed? Thanks again.

      2. Hi Haley T,

        Thanks for letting me know. I’ll look into that!

      3. Hi Haley T,

        Thanks for letting me know. I very much appreciate the help. I’ve updated the sheet. You can find it at: https://tammieanncreative.com/2021/04/11/swatch-charts/

  4. Thank you so much. These are so helpful with my addiction to art supples!

    1. Excellent. So happy you are able to use these.

  5. So helpful, Thankyou

  6. Thanks so much for offering FREE swatch cards that do not require you to sign up for anything. That’s a better way to get me to come back to your site!

    1. So happy you are enjoying the free charts.

  7. Thank you very much for this awesome resource!!!!

    1. Wishing you loads of swatching fun.

  8. These charts are awesome, thank you! Out of curiosity, would you be working on the color family order chart for the 320 set of Ohuhu alcohol markers?

  9. Thank you so much for being willing to provide this information for free. I like many are very appreciative for your kindness.

    1. You’re so welcome.

  10. Tamera Rothell Avatar
    Tamera Rothell

    Thankyou very much Tammie for your free charts. I just got my prismas a couple of months back but could never find the right color chart for them. And the fact that you have them in color family order as well. I could never understand the whole color family thing so this helps me out tremendously ty ty ty.

    1. So happy to hear the chart is helping you with color families. A good coloring color combination is if you use 3 to 5 color families that are right next to each other.

  11. Thank you so much for this! x100000000 >w<)/

    1. You’re so welcome Maggy. I hope you have found all the charts helpful.

  12. Thank you so much for the free coloring charts, Tammie, I’m a beginner with colored pencils

    1. Happy coloring Ariane. Quick tip: Be gentile with your hands. When I first got into colored pencils I worked my hands to the bone. I ended up having them cramp up from all the layering and blending.

  13. Hi Tammie, thank you very much for the free swatches! I’m new to colored pencils, coming from years of alcohol markers, and it was a relief to find your pages 🙂
    My most “professional” pencils are the 60 polychromos, do you intent to make a swatch chart for them, or shall I use the 72 blank chart (which is not a problem at all) ?
    Take care!

    1. Hi Ariana, So good to hear that you are able to use the colored pencil charts. I’m not planning on making any new charts at this time.

      A good idea is to use the full 120 Polychromos chart and add to it if you happen to get more. I’ve found some colored pencil manufactures sell singles at art stores and many of us end up filling up the chart as time passes. I really enjoy the Polychromos for how you can get a good solid tip when sharpening and how brilliant the colors are. The 72 chart is a good idea if you don’t want to end up feeling like you have to complete the bigger set :). I have a hard time not wanting to get all the colors.

      Thanks so much for stopping over. – Tammie Ann

      1. Hi Tammie, yes it’s a good idea, you never know how things will turn out – and I think we are all eager to get the complete sets 😉

        Ariane <3

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