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PENCIL. An instrument made of plumbago, black lead, red chalk, or other suitable substance, for writing without ink.
     2. It has been holden that a will written with a pencil, could riot, on this account, be annulled. 1 Phillim. R. 1; 2 Phillim. 173.

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Stauber's large, detailed colored pencil image of an elephant, `The Landscape of Patience,' drew considerable attention in the Salon des Refuses in 2004.
And for Pease, that medium, of course, is colored pencil.
Colorific children's markers or colored pencils, construction paper, paint, glue sticks, paint brushes and any other art supply will be put to good use.
On the few spots where there was some color, they used colored pencils.
Due to the darkness of black construction paper, colored pencils are applied dark and thick.
So before anyone starts work, demonstrate how to take a texture rubbing from a coin using a black colored pencil.
David Dupuis is best known for works on paper that employ monotype, ink, colored pencil, and graphite to create sensuous, gleaming, biomorphic abstractions that look more carved than drawn.
Staedtler announces a new feature in its Noris Club colored pencil line, the Anti-Break-System (A*B*S) for stronger, longer-lasting pencil lead.
002, with its marbling of oil pigment on paper, hung above and riffed on Smith's 1976 improvisation of marbling effects in gouache, watercolor, colored pencil, and pastel.
DAY 3 On the third day, have students select two colored pencil hues that have strong contrast, and assign one to the shaded area and the other to plain paper.
Included here were nineteen works on paper dating from 1982 to the present, primarily done in oil pastels, but also in colored pencil and charcoal.