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Technique 6:  Smudged tone created by pressing down on graphite pencil tone and smudging it with your finger.

Technique Smudged tone created by pressing down on graphite pencil tone and smudging it with your finger.

Technique 4:  Creating a continuous graded tone going from light to dark or dark to light.

Technique Creating a continuous graded tone going from light to dark or dark to light.

Technique 7:  Lifting up graphite with a kneaded eraser.  Eraser can be molded into any shape you want to use.

Technique Lifting up graphite with a kneaded eraser. Eraser can be molded into any shape you want to use.

Technique 5:  Combining both tapered line and even tone techniques.

Technique Combining both tapered line and even tone techniques.

Technique 2: Creating an even tone with Graphite Pencil.

Technique Creating an even tone with Graphite Pencil.

Technique 3:  Creating a tapered line that is blunt on one end and very pointy on the other end.

Technique Creating a tapered line that is blunt on one end and very pointy on the other end.

Technique 9:  Using the side  of your graphite pencil to create these lines.  Pencil must be sharpened and long.  Do NOT use the tip of pencil, only the side of the pencil graphite.

Technique Using the side of your graphite pencil to create these lines. Pencil must be sharpened and long. Do NOT use the tip of pencil, only the side of the pencil graphite.

This landscape was drawn using all of nine of these Graphite Pencil Techniques.

This landscape was drawn using all of nine of these Graphite Pencil Techniques.

Technique 1:  Going from thin line to thick pencil line without lifting pencil from paper.

Technique Going from thin line to thick pencil line without lifting pencil from paper.

Technique 8:  Shaping the kneaded eraser so it has a thin edge that you can press down and sweep across the graphite pencil to create these lines.

Technique Shaping the kneaded eraser so it has a thin edge that you can press down and sweep across the graphite pencil to create these lines.

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