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The two Derwent ONYX with the addition of a Derwent Graphic, H.
I personally use the Faber Castell 9000 Design Series, I used to use Derwent Graphic, but found they split too easily on sharpening. The Faber Castell's give a much softer feel to a portrait and are great for blending with various grades.
try them all. every artist has their own preference based on the type of drawing they do.
I prefer a number 2. they work on any surface.
by Wayne Tully8 years ago
What's the best drawing pencils to use?
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by milleramanda535 years ago
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by Wayne Tully6 years ago
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What are the basics of drawing with water-soluble coloured pencils? Any good Hubpages on the subject. Thanks.
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