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Beginner art students and crafters will appreciate the smooth texture and creamy leads of these rich pigments. Strong cores minimize breakage for developing artists and crafters but still offer blendability. Don't be afraid to show your stuff.

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Tip for the taking:Confidence in colored pencil

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To me, a confident, finished colored pencil piece is shiny and burnished. This can be achieved by using a colorless blending pencil to finish rough patches ot by being confident and building opaque layers of color with your pencils. Also you can use the back of a spoon by rubbing the convex side to generate friction and melt the wax of the pencil on the paper so it is smooth and shiny. You can tell when a piece is burnished if it is shiny.

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