What is the darkest graphite pencil?

Cyanide

For those of you who think dark-toned pencil is just pure evil, please consider that the greatest threat you could face in the art world is the “Dark Arts of Cyanide”, the most deadly poison known to man.[1] There is almost no antidote if a cyanide overdose is taken. Most people will be dead within ten minutes if they ingest the cyanide. Cyanide is the toxin in the deadliest kind of pencil. I have seen cyanide arrows shot straight into the head of one of my students in a single night. This is a very small sample of that poison and my students have all reported symptoms at the same time.

What is the darkest graphite pencil?

Chrome

What is the darkest graphite pencil?

It is the darkest white graphite pencil that I have ever seen.[2] It is a great deal darker than graphite pencil on the drawing paper.[3] It is extremely corrosive and will burn your hands and mouth if you ingest enough of it for one day. In fact there is a very simple chemical that works as an antidote and this is called a chromic acid. It reacts with cyanide to a very potent chemical that kills bacteria. The chromic acid reacts with the cyanide to produce pure cyanide. The pencil’s finish would be so bad that the ink would not flow anymore. It is the ultimate poison and has no antidote.[4] It has been said that the biggest risk to your health from a cyanide pencil is not getting hit by the arrow. Instead it is getting hit by its lethal chemical in the flesh. The blackest white graphite pencil is the darkest of all the most extreme pencils.[5]

Does it look dangerous when I point my pencil at an image?

No, just look at a photo of what the drawing looks like. The white piece of graphite pencil doesn’t look scary in your hand or on your computer but when you’re using it, you will be shocked and you will think that there is deadly cyanide that is slowly draining inside of your body. That’s why the pencil has a black spot on the inside of the pencil. It doesn’t look like a pencil so much as a poisonous blob[6] like a worm that is moving and taking you with it.[7] I have seen this happening on paper[8] when I point the pencil at a drawing. The pencil looks like a pencil when you’re using it but I