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Drawing Chunks

by General's

Charcoal Chunk is extra smooth, pure, rich, black, artist quality charcoal. Use for drawing, sketching, creating negative space, and large area coverage. Ideal for figure drawing. Use your Charcoal Chunk to create dramatic sketches with the oldest drawing medium on earth.

Graphite Chunk is extra smooth for bold strokes and large drawings. Pure, artist quality graphite. Handcrafted.

Each sold separately. Packed in reusable storage bag. Each chunk weighs approximately .50 lb. Size and shape varies. Made in the U.S.A.

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Drawing Chunks

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Robyn O. from Los Angeles, CA says:

I don't know what I would do without this graphite chunk. I make large scale, fairly realistic landscapes. Without this item, I would never be able to achieve the sweeping moody skies I love to draw....[more]

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How can the graphite be cut down to different sizes?

- Asked by Mike on 04-May-13

The graphite chunks are not designed to be cut down as they are typically used for larger scale drawing or sketches.

- Answered by MisterArt on 09-May-13

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Rated by: Robyn O. in Los Angeles, CA
I don't know what I would do without this graphite chunk. I make large scale, fairly realistic landscapes. Without this item, I would never be able to achieve the sweeping moody skies I love to draw. I use the graphite chunk because I hate the feel of charcoal. Absolute must for large scale renderings of all kinds.
Rated by: jason a. in indialantic, FL
The charcoal chunk is awesome for what I do! When I perform in front of an audience I need to complete a 6 foot by 8 foot chalk drawing in 15 minutes or less. The charcoal chunk goes on very smooth and allows me to cover lots of space very quickly and efficiently. I highly recommend it!!

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