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Students and aspiring artists can enjoy the advantages of quality drawing pencils at an economical price with these versatile graphite pencils. Crafted for a smooth consistent laydown, the leads are made of finely ground graphite and clay.
A special bonding process helps protect the lead from breakage. Pencils are pre-sharpened. They are available separately, in eight degrees of hardness, from 4H (hardest) to 6B (softest).
Goldfaber is Faber-Castell's student brand, offering high quality yet affordable pencils and pastels for students and beginning artists.
Contains 144 graphite pencils, including 24 each of 6B, 4B, 2B, B, HB, and H, plus 24 stainless steel pencil sharpeners and 24 erasers.
Sketching Pencils Set
Six Pencils in an attractive storage box, plus a plastic sharpener and a dust-free plastic eraser. Includes one each of 2H, HB, B, 2B, 4B, and 6B.
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By Baton Rouge
from Cushing, Ok
Comments about Faber-Castell Goldfaber Sketching Pencils:
Works exactly as expected, good value.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I love this set of pencils and drawing materials. Excellent
An exceptional set of drawing materials.. I like the range of pencils in the set and the erasers and sharpeners are super!
from Logansport Indiana
Using these pencils are fantastic! They shade really well, and when sketching it's easy to erase and light. They don't full as quickly and barely smudge.
Good quality, good deal
By Dustin Hunt
from Evansville, IN
I purchased the school pack for my classroom. It's a very nice deal, and the quality of the pencils is pretty good. My only criticism of this product is that the school pack could use some of the lighter value pencils.
Good sketching pencils
from San Ramon,CA
This pencil is very good, my daughter say that it is easy to sharpen.
Some of the best pencils I've had yet
from San Jose, CA
As a drawer, starting out with an extremely light abd easily erasable sketch is a must for bigger and more complicated projects. The set provides as its lightest pencil, a wonderfully faint 2H pencil, although the weight in the next pencil is a bit of a steep jump as HB is the next lightest. Just as personal preference I would have preferred another pencil somewhere in between, but other than that I have no complaints.
Great range of shading values achieved!
By Stacy the Teacher
from McPherson, Kansas
This set lasts through the year! Great range of shading achieved for the variety of assignments given. Having hand sharpener saves on waste!
from Lambertville, NJ
I was hoping for a softer pencil than this one offers and thought by choosing the highest number would be the correct one. The pencils I have been using for the last few years were by Farber purchased in Germany some years ago. I like to use them for shading, therefore the softer the better.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Bal Harbour, FL
Very good pencils, variety allows you to try different shades.
The worst I've ever used
from UpState NY
I do detailed landscape drawing and painting. Saw these in the store, loved the little case which is perfect to tuck into my bag to draw on the go. The problem with these pencils is that they:- Don't erase completely from the paper, regardless of the lightness of hand used in laying it down, extra effort was needed w/a hard white plastic eraser....several times. The end result being spots of erased areas and ghosting no matter how hard I tried...even on light values. Which meant that I had to adjust the values just to hide the ghosting, in addition to the normal value adjustments.- Don't smear or smudge, instead the graphite gathers in awkward clumps.- I experienced having little or no control when using the 2, 4, & 6B's. It didn't matter how light my hand when laying down a line, it grabbed the paper and a dark line was the result (on smooth bristol paper).- My guess is that there's a lot of wax in the binder for it to behave this way. - All around pain. Kept the cool tin, tossed the pencils.I've attached an image which is a detail of a drawing. Ghosting can be seen where the trunk of the tall tree on the left was initially placed. Also notice the roundish white areas in the sky behind... these pencils just don't erase properly.
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