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This is the best pencil...
September 12, 2012
This is the best pencil I own over 400+ mechanical pencils too I use it for drawing on Bristol Board.
I used to favor the Pentel Kerry but I find my drawing look too Bloopy with it cause it's wider.
This pencil is perfect except how the metal grip attaches only like 1/3 of a inch of plastic threads.
Otherwise this pencil is perfect. I own like 18 of these =)
Just bought 5 of these...
November 10, 2010
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Just bought 5 of these (I know ) I had a few of the grey grip ones but
I like the blue better =) Works really well with worn out dip pen nibs but they all
react different make sure to burn the oil off the nib for better flow.
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This version the Model...
October 3, 2010
This version the Model 25 works great for delicate lines thinner lines with more control the the T-40 because it's thinner but it all depends what type of nib you use also.
I use the T-40 for thicker Key lines and the Model 25 for crosshatching.
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The best picked up 5...
September 29, 2010
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The best picked up 5 of these =) They might not work good on traditional watercolor paper I use it on Bristol board for coloring not really traditional watercoloring the size of the brush head is equal to like a #5 or #6 brush but it remains sharp after it dries.
It releases water as you paint trace ammounts or if you squeeze it you can release drops of water at a time.
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Best lead that I ever...
June 10, 2010
Best lead that I ever used anyway works great on Blue line Pro comic boards.
It's slicker then Pentel lead I haven't had it break and I use alot of pressure at times
with it for drawing. Works great in a Pentel Kerry
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