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The life of an artist is never, ever dull. Make sure you’re ready with perfectly sharpened pencils. You will be equipped for anything with the two different blades on this sharpener. One blade is for sharpening a wide point while the other blade is for sharpening a thin point. The black, yet transparent body of this sharpener allows you to see when the sharpener is full.

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Tip for the taking:Underpaint with Markers

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A great tip is to underpaint a scene in monotone with Prismacolor markers and then to overpaint with Prismacolor colored pencils. The colorless blender marker can be used to lighten or blend values in the underpainting. Warm toned underpaintings tend to work better (warm grey or sienna or umber. )

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The Brush|Fine Double-Ended Marker lets you create with flexibility.

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