|Item Weight||5.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 1.2 x 7.3 inches|
|Item model number||FC110038|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FC110038|
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Polychromos 36 Pencil Studio Set
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- Studio box of 36 Polychromos pencils
- Colored pencils of the highest quality
- Smudge-proof and water-resistant thick oil pastel lead
- Brilliant and vibrant pigments
- Break-resistant due to SV bonding
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This studio box contains 36 Polychromos colored pencils. These pencils are made of the highest quality components. The Polychromos artist's pencils have an unbreakable lead that uses oil-based technology to allow for easy, wax-free color blending. They offer smooth drawing and are break-resistant due to SV bonding. Perfect when used for graphics, free-style sketching, or architectural plans. It makes a wonderful gift for amateur or experienced artists!
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|Item Dimensions||1.18 x 6.3 x 7.28 in||1.15 x 8.15 x 10.25 in||0.39 x 12.6 x 7.28 in||6.8 x 7.9 x 0.8 in||2.6 x 8.25 x 4.7 in||7.6 x 12.72 x 0.98 in|
|Size||—||72-Pack||Tin of 36 Pcs||60 colors||8.25x4.7x2.6"||72 Assorted Colors|
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I made swatches for the colors on a 4 x 5 inch piece of paper and keep it in this case, so that it's right there.
(For non-electric pencil sharpeners) If your pencils break off when sharpening them, try this: hold the pencil in your non-dominant hand and a good pencil sharpener in the other hand. Something about the pencil's angle with the sharpener does the trick. Keep turning a few turns at a time, and you'll end up with sharp points. I am getting used to sharp points and love it! (A Derwent video on You-Tube taught me this method of sharpening my pencils. They get the credit, I get a lot of non-frustrating coloring time.