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Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Brush Pen Wallets, Lands&hellip by Faber-Castell
The effect produced by the pens are similar to felt tipped pens, except they are watercolour, some of the colours are easier to blend than others. I used the grey-blue to edge a building in my painting, but it looked so hard in comparison to the brush painted colour in the rest of the painting, so I tried to wash it away, but to no avail, this colour was hard and fast! Felt I'd ruined a promising painting, but ended up painting the rest of the building a dark colour so the pen drawn line didn't glare out at me. On the whole, I'd rather use a small brush and paint for thinner lines, rather than these pens, though I can see they could be useful when it is impractical to use water and paint.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1-inch Tablet (White) - (Qu&hellip by Samsung
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
but after two months it stopped working. The on-off button failed one morning, and I had to return it, sadly, as it was quite a cool looking thing. Apart from this, I found that the touch screen did take some time to activate links, etc. and I found that I would have to wait quite a while to see if my emails had been sent, and assuming they had not, as the screen didn't tell me otherwise, I ended up sending mail up to four times. Perhaps not helped by slow internet speed.
The S-pen was a nice feature though not really essential I thought it would be nice and precise for clicking links, but it was no better than my finger really. Maybe I just had a dud...!
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El Naturalista Womens Torcal Henna Biker Boots N30&hellip El Naturalista
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
So far, I've only worn them a few times (due to a return of the summer weather). They are comfortable as the shape is based on the foot's shape. The heel causes the occasional foot turn, as it is quite a bit less wide than the shoes, if you are walking on an uneven surface (like the calcadas in Portugal's streets). The soles are a little thin for boots, I think they are the same material and thickness as the El Naturalista sandals I have. The colour is somewhat more orange than shown in the photo. Now it's winter, I can add that they aren't really warm boots, and make my feet a little sweaty also.