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1Follow the practice worksheet for this exercise.
2Observe and analyze the subject matter you have chosen. Follow the guides of the instructor notes.
3Submit your work for this exercise under the "Submissions" tab for grading!
– OVERVIEWPencil labels, numbers, and letters can be confusing and overwhelming if you don't know where to start. This exercise makes it clear what the difference between "B" pencils and "H" pencils is. Let's break it down:
- HB is the center point on the hardness spectrum. What this means: the higher the number, the further from the center point, HB.
- H stands for the hardness of the pencil. The higher the H-number, the lighter the result.
- B stands for the "blackness" (or commonly also "softness") of the pencil. The higher the B-number, the darker the result