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Royal & Langnickel Deluxe Sketching Artist Box Set

Expand your sketching talents by mixing traditional mediums. Royal & Langnickel has brought a Deluxe Sketching set packed with great tools and some you may have never thought to use before. Besides the traditional graphite sticks and pencils, why not try some pastel pencils, vine charcoal or compressed color sticks to create more depth to your sketches. Add dimension or softness with the blending stumps, the possibilities are endless.

Product Features

  • The Deluxe Sketching Box Set by Royal & Langnickel is great for those who love to sketch and draw
  • The art set features a large array of tools to start experimenting or refine the sketching and drawing talents
  • Includes 12 graphite pencils, 6 compressed graphite sticks, 6 compressed charcoal sticks, 12 compressed color sticks, 4 pastel pencils, and more
  • Also includes 1 5-inch by 7-inch sketching/drawing pad, 1 mannequin, 1 6-inch ruler, 1 sanding block, 1 sharpener and more
  • Wooden storage box measures 13-7/8-inch by 6-7/8-inch by 2-1/2-inch

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2 comments to Royal & Langnickel Deluxe Sketching Artist Box Set

  • priestcook

    Overall Good Product I purchased this product to get some basic art supplies when I took up drawing. The supplies have all worked well, but the case was not very durable, and actually was falling apart in places. A little glue corrected the problem.

  • Bugeyedmonster2

    Nice stuff; bad box All the items in the box are wonderful. It is quite a good set for a beginner. It will supply the beginner with most everything they need.The box was the main draw back for me. It’s not very well made. The little plastic thing that the stuff is supposed to ‘click’ into doesn’t hold the items very well. I kept trying to close it and had the items falling out of their slots and getting caught between other things.The box had a crack around a knothole in the side. Looking at the paint job led me to believe that the knot hole had been ignored. No attempt at putting any wood putty around the knot hole or in the crack had been done. I’m not sure how the box would hold up to long term or heavy use.

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