Foam Pencils?

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troyphoto

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No, not pencils made of foam... Woodland Scenics makes a "grease" pencil for marking on foam.

These look to be a waxy or grease substance, similar to the peel-off twist paper wrapped grease pencils. But those have fat tips. Woodland scenic stuck that greasy gunk in a wooden pencil

Tried them, and loving them. You can sharpen them with a regular sharpener to get a finer point, and it fits in the narrow holes I drilled in my yardstick compass for making turn radii.

If you're careful to not apply much pressure, indentations on the foam are light and easily sanded away if you err...

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wvg_ca

Well-Known Member
i just use an ordinary gel ink marker / pen, works fine ?? doesn't leave indentations in the foam [unless pressed down hard]
 




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