| This pencil is perfect....
, December 9, 2012
This pencil is perfect. It advances just the right amount of lead, and it has a
good grip. Definitely buy this if you're looking for a good drafting pencil! :)
| works great! the lead...
, November 23, 2012
works great! the lead is really hard and thin, great for detail. However, when I
use it for a long time my fingers hurt from the grip, so it's better to put a
cushion where the grip is :)
| I really like sketching...
, June 15, 2009
I really like sketching preliminary lines with this pencil, when I'm still
feeling out the shape of the drawing. It's smooth, light, and very slender. I
have very very slender hands, and some overuse problems, so the light, balanced
weight of this pencil suits me perfectly. There's enough of a grip near the tip.
And I have to admit I really, really love the color! *laughs*
| I really like this pencil...
, February 13, 2012
I really like this pencil I used to have this pencil before but I lost it it was
red and also .3 it was my first time using a .3
pencil before I loved It.
But now going back to the red .3mm pencil i dont know why but in japan they have
this pencil in many colors my sister has a pink version of this.
I use this pencil for drawing and writing and stuff like that I hold my hand
very close to the top so it is really easy to get good control and very precise
bottom line best/cheapest .3 mm pencil
| Sharp-looking futuristic...
, December 2, 2007
Sharp-looking futuristic pencil makes a nice addition to my collection. Light
enough for a field skething tool, but it would probably be best to carry it
within a cushioned case or pouch to protect the tip from bending. Given the
small diameter of the lead, it works better on smoother heavier papers. On
rougher surfaces, the tip tends to snag and skip. Ridged grip is fair, but can
easily become slippery under humid conditions. Thus, it's probably best to use
it as a specialized drafting tool within an air-condtioned studio.