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Scholar™ Graphite Drawing Pencils

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Essential tools for beginning artists

Create depth in your artwork by using a range of values for highlights, mid-tones and shadows. Designed specifically to give beginner artists the tools they need to develop. With pencils for detailed line work, shading, and large area coverage the Scholar™ Graphite products have you and your work covered. Available individually or in the Scholar™ Graphite Drawing Set.

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Tip for the taking:Utility knife as sharpener.

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I have always preferred to use a box cutter/ utility knife to sharpen my pencils. The one I currently have is 13 years old. It allows me to create the tip that I want. I can sharpen the core to a point better than the store bought ones for detail, or just remove the wood if I need the color for fill.

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