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From the burgeoning artist to the seasoned pro, these hard, thin leads make an impact on the more intricate details of your vision. These high quality pencils make edges cleaner, outlines bolder and lettering pristine with extremely fine points that define a unique point of view.

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Tip for the taking:Finding the right media to work with

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Finding the right media and the right surface to work on can be a challenge for many. Every artist has their own style and goals for an artwork. I once read a magazine article stating that you should never use blue in a face for a portrait because it will deaden it. I immediately challenged it since it didn't make sense in terms of color theory and now I use blue as an underpainting in my watercolor work. This illustrates that you must experiment for yourself. Back to my initial point, you should pick a medium and constantly experiment with it on different surfaces. You may be surprised what you find. My recent pastel work is on masonite. ;)

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