Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Crayola Star Wars Toy Light Up

Crayola Star Wars Toy Light Up is one of best seller product from Crayola brand. Like you know Star Wars is one of favorite movie children like, they will interest if know toys has star wars models.

Crayola Star Wars specification :
  • Crayola Light Up Tracing Pad now comes with license overlay; trace and light up kids' favorite Star Wars characters
  • Limited-time only!
  • Contents: 6 Gel FX Skinnies, 3 Transparency Sheets, 6 Short Colored Pencils, 10 Tracing Sheets, 10 Blank Sheets, Graphite Sketch Pencil
  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 13.8 x 12 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Item model number: 04-6855
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 10 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 10 years
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
Crayola Star Wars price was update on September and with discount price too. Check it today.
Crayola Star Wars Review
This tracing pad is fantastic! Not only do you get colored pencils, golf markers, 3 Star Wars transparencies, and a bunch of pages with Star Wars imagery for tracing- you get a working light table for a lot less money than a professional one! I have a professional light table and I am very impressed with the brightness of this table. I tried different thickness of paper for tracing and different thicknesses and darknesses of images to be traced. So far it has all worked! Of course, the darker the image the harder it is to see and trace, but that is expected.

The images to trace are great. From characters (human one and non human), to ships, to symbols, and just cool designs.

This is hours of fun for any artist who is a star wars fan.

Happy to say you can reuse the transparencies too. With a damp cloth they can be cleaned off.

My only problem is with the transparencies. The board has little dots all over it. When you use the transparencies as they are meant to be used the dots show through and "mess up" the image. I am not sure why the dots are on the table, but I am guessing it helps with the brightness in some way. Putting a piece of paper between the transparency and the light helps, but ruins the effect.

This is also very thin and lightweight. Great for travel. 

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