Uni Penmanship Writing Pencil - Triangular Body - 4B - Pack of 3

Uni Penmanship Writing Pencil - Triangular Body - 4B - Pack of 3

$5.00
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5.0 (6 reviews)
DescriptionSpecificationsFrequently Asked Questions
There's a lot of emphasis on penmanship in Asia. These high-quality penmanship pencils have been requested by our customers not just for writing but for drawing as well. Their soft lead makes them perfect for calligraphy and drawing because they allow you to make varied strokes, almost like a hard brush pen. That makes them great for creating artwork and for drawing Kanji (Chinese characters), etc.
Model NumberUNI UKS3K3P4B
Weight0.7 ounces
ManufacturerUni
Body Color Burgundy
Body Shape Hexagonal
Color Set No
Diameter - Max 7.8 mm
Eraser Included No
Eraser Refillable No
Gift Set No
Lead Color Black
Lead Hardness 4B
Lead Type Graphite
Length - Body 17.6 cm
PEFC-Certified No
Usage Student
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It's soft, and thus is...
November 2, 2010
It's soft, and thus is not really suited to sustained writing unless you're fond of sharpening a lot. The lead is wide, which may be useful to some, but since I'm a writer and not a sketch artist, it makes no real difference to me.

This pencil is relatively unknown, which is a little surprising as it's a little bit nicer than any of my other soft pencils, including the lauded Staedtler Mars Lumograph 4B and hyped Palomino Blackwing. In some way, the silent, humble excellence of the Uni Penmanship is attractive, but it also seems a little unfortunate that it's so often overlooked.

If you're a writer who likes soft pencils, this is probably the best available, and almost nobody knows it. For sketching, I'll defer to Alberto.
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For the value-minded...
June 5, 2009
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For the value-minded artist and wooden pencil connoisseur, this should be a no-brainer: with the same length and similar graphite handling properties of the second-to-none Mitsubishi Hi-Uni pencils, the Penmanship Writing Wooden Pencil 3-pack is a great deal (one could get all four 3-packs available for much less than a dozen Hi-Uni pencils, and end up with a mixed dozen of premium 4B & 6B pencils). Its ergonomic triangular profile is quite comfortable for precise drawing control for extended periods. They feel silky smooth gliding on card stock and quickly lay down large areas of deep dark tones. Thus they are great tools for shading and defining shapes in the final drawing stages. Their rich graphite cores are even wider in diameter than the Hi-Unis making them an even better deal. While there is no such a thing as a magic pencil that can make you a great artist overnight, these great pencils are certain to make your artistic journey a lot more pleasant and satisfying. Just to make it crystal clear, every budding artist should try adding these awesome tools to their analog sketch kits.
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I totally agree with...
September 16, 2010
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I totally agree with the other reviewer. I just got these pencils today and I love them. They are better than any sketching pencils I have ever owned. This is a great deal, considering the price of the Hi-Unis, and you would be crazy not to get these if you like drawing.
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OtakuAnimeGuy
Love how it writes ...
August 26, 2015
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Love how it writes
I bought these to practice...
August 10, 2015
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I bought these to practice calligraphy, knowing they are very soft, but I might use them more for sketching. Calligraphy and Penmanship are too limiting for such a great pencil. It is buttery smooth to write with, yet the one I have used did not show any signs of being easily breakable. It also sharpened very nicely. It smudges a lot, which is a factor I would not prefer in a pencil made for writing; however, it is very desirable in a pencil used for sketching. This is a fun one to do both with, but if you use it in any journal and desire for it to last, I would spray the page with a fixative.

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