Steady hands and good eyesight.
One thing about those flat carpenter
pencils is that they are so big and so much easier to
work with. LOL
let's use this one next time...
Pencils have cores made from powdered graphite (not
lead) fired with clay, varying in hardness. The type of
graphite used in pencils is relatively soft and
malleable, a little like lead, and was mistakenly
thought to be a form of lead when first discovered. The
misnomer stuck, and many people think that pencils once
had lead cores, though they never did. Graphite leaves a
small, smooth particle on the paper that has a slight
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