What pencil is used for sketching?

Some people suggest this is a pencil and a paper, others suggest a pen and paper.

Is it ok to start from a blank page?

That’s fine, just keep sketching and writing at the same time.

What is the minimum size of pencil needed?

It is usually around 4 cm wide. For smaller sizes, it is best to work in black ink. On bigger sizes, it could be helpful to fill it with a thinner layer of black ink if necessary.

What is the maximum size of pencil needed?

It should be thicker than it is now. To get the best results, it is recommended to have it at least 5 times longer than it is at now.

What size pencil do I need for sketching a picture of the person I am going to write?

Use a thick-ish pencil.

The size of a thin-ish pencil is fine.

When I draw a face, I am usually going to draw a little nose and a mouth. Can I use a little eye there?

Yes, you can. Sometimes an eye is important and sometimes it’s okay to get a little nose. If all the eyes are going to be there, then no need to worry.

When you are drawing pictures of your friends, can you draw their eyes?

No, those are not important parts to draw. Just make sure you fill the eyes with the correct size of ink for each one.

Holly O’Farrell is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.

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