Prismacolor Drawing Pencils

Prismacolor Graphite Drawing Pencils

Start expressing yourself with precision, one stroke, and easy to blend Prismacolor Drawing Pencils in either the Premier® and Scholar™ Graphite pencil lines.  See how these fine pencils improve your drawing, using the many values of grey. If you are a professional artist or advanced student, the Premier® line is for you.  Scholar™ Graphite pencils are made specifically for beginning art students.  These fine drawing pencils come in six varieties to suit your needs and taste.

Prismacolor Premier Turquoise® Graphite Pencils
Premier Turquoise® Graphite Pencils are made of top quality graphite and are ideal for technical as well as expressive drawing. These professional grade drawing pencils come in 20 distinct grades of lead hardness, ranging from 9B (softest) to 9H (hardest) and are sold individually or in sets of 12.

Prismacolor Premier Graphite Set – 8B, 6B, 4B, 2B, B, HB, 2H, 4H, 6H Pencil Grade – Graphite Lead – Turquoise Barrel – 18 / Pack
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Prismacolor Premier Turquoise® Drawing Lead and Holder
Turquoise Lead Holder, For .2MM Drawing and Non-Photo Blue Drawing Leads SAN10C
Select from an array of lead hardness, from 6B (softest) to 9H (hardest) for use in Premier Turquoise Lead Holder. Its plastic barrel and textured metal grip are nearly as awesome due to its unique push-button spring action.
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Prismacolor Premier Sketching Pencils
These fine pencils are suited for creating fine lines and marks, and excellent for delicate mixing and tonal highlighting.  Sepia pencils are an assortment of brown leads, perfect for figurative and portrait sketches, as well as landscapes. Prismacolor Premier Sketching Pencils are sold individually and in sets, including the Prismacolor Premier Charcoal Drawing Set.

Prismacolor Premier Ebony Graphite Drawing Pencils
Premier Ebony Graphite Drawing Pencils are extra smooth graphite drawing pencil make little difference work stick out within the crowd. They were particularly produced for drawing, portrait and figure drawing, and illustrations. Their versatile character guarantees they’re a pencil every artist must have in their toolbox.   These exceptional pencils are produced specifically for general drawing, figurative and portrait work, and illustration.  Premier Ebony Graphite Drawing Pencils are sold individually and in sets.
Prismacolor Premier Ebony Graphite Sketching Pencil, Jet Black, Extra Smooth, Dozen – 14420
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Prismacolor Scholar Graphite Drawing Pencils

Scholar Graphite Drawing Pencils are perfect pencils for beginning artists. Start creating depth within your artwork using an array of values for highlights, mid-tones, values, and shadows. These pencils were designed particularly to supply beginner artists the equipment they need to develop. Start using your pencils for detailed line work, shading, and huge area coverage the Scholar™ Graphite products have you and your work covered. Available individually and in sets.

 

Prismacolor Design® Graphite Pencils
Design® Graphite Pencils you’ve always loved are now a component of the Prismacolor Scholar™ group of items.

All Prismacolor products are certified non-toxic.

Prismacolor Graphite Pencils

Start expressing yourself with precision, one stroke, and easy to blend Premier® and Scholar™ Graphite pencils.  See how these fine pencils improve your drawing, using the many values of grey. If you are a professional artist or advanced student, the Premier® line is for you.  Scholar™ Graphite pencils are made specifically for beginning art students.  These fine drawing pencils come in six varieties to suit your needs and taste.

 

 

“Prismacolor Drawing Pencils” was written by Brenne Meirowitz, BA, MA, MS.
©2012 Brenne Meirowitz.  All Rights Reserved.

About Brenne Meirowitz

Brenne Meirowitz, BA, MS, MA Brenne graduated from Tyler School of Art, Temple University with a Bachelors of Art in Fine Art. Her emphasis was on the figure and print making. She went on to earn her MS from Pratt Institute in Art & Design Education and a New York State Art Teacher license. After graduating from Pratt Institute in 2002, Brenne worked as an art teacher at Westhampton Elementary School in New York. While working on her MA (2004-2007), she taught undergraduate classes in Art History, Studio Art, Music, and History at the University of Texas at Dallas. She has since taken classes at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, concentrating on drawing. Brenne currently works as a freelance writer and editor, Social Media Manager, Website Designer, and graphic artist - all in conjunction with writing a number of blogs and Facebook pages. Her services are listed on her main company site, Best Responsive Sites.
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