WHY?! ANYTHING BUT THIS!! | My Least Favorite Art Supply | Mystery Art Box | ArtSnacks Unboxing

  • Published: 19 February 2019
  • I've avoided this art supply for a lifetime, except for a dabble here and there, but now its time, according to ArtSnacks, to tackle my art assumptions. AAAGGEeeeggghhhaaaaaahhhh I don't want to. but here goes!!

    Zebra DelGuard Mechanical Pencil 0.5: https://amzn.to/2tqGJgb
    Rembrandt Soft Pastels, Set of 5: https://amzn.to/2Ei71HT
    Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen: https://amzn.to/2IjpxDK
    Faber-Castell Kneaded Eraser
    Stoneheng Kraft Paper Sample

    (this box was provided to me free of charge)


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Comments • 2 983

  • Alis Dillon
    Alis Dillon  13 hours back

    Those colors are normally used for landscape sketching not people.

    • Adam Goss
      Adam Goss  5 days back

      RinN : maybe that means the good?
      Me: HAH pastels are never good I turned mine into water colored cuz I never used it ( I just wet a brush and put it on the)
      Also haha

      • Alicia Nicole
        Alicia Nicole  1 weeks back

        i really love the first one and the second one is also awesome as well

        • Gravel Lane
          Gravel Lane  2 weeks back

          “Oh I hate pastels” -proceeds to make not one but 2 beautiful pieces in same sitting.

          • Moon Glow
            Moon Glow  2 weeks back

            Also they DO make a pastel holder!

            • Moon Glow
              Moon Glow  2 weeks back

              For someone who doesn't like pastels that looks amazing

              • #GamingIsGreat
                #GamingIsGreat  2 weeks back

                In captions, fonts are emotions.

                • NUPUR MUKHOPADHYAY
                  NUPUR MUKHOPADHYAY  2 weeks back

                  Once my dad ordered this for my b day and these pastels got all over the place.

                  • Amy Hastings
                    Amy Hastings  2 weeks back

                    Okay I slowed it down to .25 speed and I don’t think the lead is breaking, I think it’s going back into the pencil

                    • Luciano Vargas
                      Luciano Vargas  2 weeks back

                      Rin: talks about how she can’t sharpen pencils because it’s never how it goes
                      Also Rin: *trying to open the mechanical pencil package*

                      • kiran sahith
                        kiran sahith  2 weeks back

                        If its not breakable you cant write with it lol , thats how lead works

                        • Family Tabak Redman
                          Family Tabak Redman  2 weeks back

                          when you write with lead, it slowly wears down, it doesn't break

                      • Kayla Graham
                        Kayla Graham  3 weeks back

                        “Looking OrANgE like a CerTaiN PoLitIcaL LeaDeEr”....Donald trump

                        • I Hate Snakeu
                          I Hate Snakeu  3 weeks back

                          I would def try softer pastels next time. I love pastels and use them all the time but I have 2 big boxes one is soft and ones harder, the harder ones are barely used. I just dont ljke how streaky and difficult they are to use i doubt I tried the brand you have but its definitely worth the experimenting

                          • Alexus Younge
                            Alexus Younge  3 weeks back

                            The only time I use pastels are when painting.

                            • belita :]
                              belita :]  4 weeks back

                              i guess it’s the mechanical pencil that protects the lead and not the actual thats unbreakable kdjsjsj

                              • Trash
                                Trash  4 weeks back

                                Every time she put her hand over the face it have me anxiety

                                • 2Alexee
                                  2Alexee  4 weeks back

                                  The second one kind of looks like Harmony Nice :-p

                                  • OLTLYRFan
                                    OLTLYRFan  1 months back

                                    I loved the first one!

                                    • Penguinpotter23 Potter
                                      Penguinpotter23 Potter  1 months back

                                      We should all know this by now but, SOME people (a.k.a Waffles) when a pencil box says unbreakable lead, they LIE so we buy them

                                      • just_ aliyabro
                                        just_ aliyabro  1 months back

                                        Both of these looked really amazing, great job!!! You're such a good artist♥️ i love your channel

                                        • Kirstyn Smith
                                          Kirstyn Smith  1 months back

                                          the different pigments are softer than others (like the brown and black being softer) you have to break it down slightly, that's why you can get pan pastels or powder for a soft blending style. You also want to you a piece of leather cloth, or paper towel to erase along with dabbing of a kneaded eraser. Fingers aren't recommended for blending of the entire piece for the grease, a sponge-like a makeup sponge is best

                                          • Skylar Miller
                                            Skylar Miller  1 months back

                                            At 7 minutes and 26 seconds you are priceless I absolutely absolutely adore youI've been watching your videos a while trying to figure out my idealistic strategy to my abstract art LOL you're awesome thanks for the great content! I can't even with you LMFAO 😂 orange like a certain 🤭🤪🥰🤣😂

                                            • Lyvia Walden
                                              Lyvia Walden  1 months back

                                              Did she just say that Trump looks like her person that she drew

                                              • bella andre
                                                bella andre  1 months back

                                                it's because you rubbed out and then applied which adds a layer of rubber and oil on the paper so it doesn't stick

                                                • • Leilani •
                                                  • Leilani •  1 months back

                                                  No one:
                                                  Waffles: *"lies"*

                                                  • hello bitch
                                                    hello bitch  1 months back

                                                    You had me dying when you said lookin like a certain political leader 😹😹😹😹😭😂😂😂😂😂😂😭😭😭😭😭

                                                    • Cherii xBlossom
                                                      Cherii xBlossom  1 months back

                                                      Pastels arent rlly meant for drawing people theyre meant for landscapes....

                                                      • Lynnie Lew
                                                        Lynnie Lew  1 months back

                                                        Key to pastels, from what I remember from working with pastels back in the day:
                                                        1. Heavily textured paper, such as velour, rough watercolour paper, or specifically made pastel paper.
                                                        2. Mount the paper with masking tape to a board mounted in an easel, and set the easel to a forward position so excess powder drops to the floor (theres a reason it's called pastel "painting").
                                                        3. Work large, 8x10 is really too small for this medium.
                                                        4. Start layering using a very soft touch.
                                                        Hope that helps!

                                                        • Alizey Tayyab
                                                          Alizey Tayyab  1 months back

                                                          your first piece was so good why did you move onto another

                                                          • TheGaming illustrator
                                                            TheGaming illustrator  1 months back

                                                            I've learned that the trick is to slowly build the main image, then to slowly add detail over the top after blending. And anything really works for blending, i'd have a spare blending stick for pastel.

                                                            • QWERTY DAMIEN
                                                              QWERTY DAMIEN  1 months back

                                                              Everyone: I LIKE THE FIRST  ONE MUCH MORE!!!!!Me: But the second is better.....

                                                              • Becca
                                                                Becca  1 months back

                                                                I really adore your honesty, I think lots of people would just show the second picture but you really help me in showing that people whose art I really admire can draw "bad" pictures (although it still looks amazing, but just pictures they don't like as much), so thank you <3

                                                                • dumbalek
                                                                  dumbalek  1 months back

                                                                  soft pastels are trash, but the art turned out surprisingly lovely!

                                                                  • dumbalek
                                                                    dumbalek  1 months back

                                                                    i find watching you very relaxing!~
                                                                    You should try drawing some chubby characters, I think I haven't seen you draw a single one!

                                                                    • mr. brightside
                                                                      mr. brightside  1 months back

                                                                      I love those pencils so much. When it says unbreakable, it means that if you push down from above, the metal part that holds the lead will extend and protect the led

                                                                      • Susan Jane
                                                                        Susan Jane  2 months back

                                                                        I use paint brushes to blend soft pastels

                                                                        • White Rat Projects
                                                                          White Rat Projects  2 months back

                                                                          'UNBREAKABLE LEAD!!!!!!'


                                                                          • Danielle M Hall
                                                                            Danielle M Hall  2 months back

                                                                            This makes me want to break out my pastel set and reattempt doing something with them.

                                                                            • The Ikies
                                                                              The Ikies  2 months back

                                                                              a much easier way to blend pastels is to use a q-tip :) it’s very helpful when coloring backgrounds and it is a lot less messy

                                                                              • Karolina Adamczyk
                                                                                Karolina Adamczyk  2 months back

                                                                                I really hate this voice.

                                                                                • Zhala Azizova
                                                                                  Zhala Azizova  2 months back

                                                                                  I am not an artist, but I love your channel and have been binge watching it for a while. I see you are usually at a loss with soft pastels. I was wondering grating these and using a brush or a sponge to deliver the pigment could be a cleaner, more controlled and more enjoyable experience? I can imagine if grated (like on a piece of sandpaper perhaps) these could work a bit like eyeshadows. Thank you for amazing content, Rin. Even when you 'struggle', the end result is beautiful

                                                                                  • MizyKat le nugget
                                                                                    MizyKat le nugget  2 months back

                                                                                    :0 IMMA GO MAKE SOME WAFFLES WHILE THINKING ABOUT HOW MUCH THE ART GODS LOVE YOU! Your artwork turned out so beautiful. The first try was better in my opinion. I think the first one turned out better because you didn’t make the skin tone very bright, as for the second one, the skin was brighter and more orangey. (ik the pastel set was an orange set lol)

                                                                                    • SF Art
                                                                                      SF Art  2 months back

                                                                                      Huehuehue...like a certain political leader xD

                                                                                      • Neve Turner
                                                                                        Neve Turner  2 months back

                                                                                        Nice! :)

                                                                                        • GAITTHEGREAT
                                                                                          GAITTHEGREAT  2 months back

                                                                                          Brruuuuuhhh I love oil pastels, and soft pastels

                                                                                          • Springboob Squirepin
                                                                                            Springboob Squirepin  2 months back

                                                                                            the sound they make is likes nails down a chalkboard for me, don't think i could ever work with them lol

                                                                                            • Emily Sanders
                                                                                              Emily Sanders  2 months back

                                                                                              For future reference: rub the soft pastels on sandpaper and pick up the pigment with a dry brush. It makes it so much more opaque :)

                                                                                              • Sophia Bachmann
                                                                                                Sophia Bachmann  2 months back

                                                                                                I hate pastels because they make my finger all burning and hurting with the pain of having to press and rub the paper. It sounds and feels like nails on a chalkboard.