I bought a pencil extender. It works great for graphite pencils, which are thinner. However, charcoal pencils are too thick for it. How can I use my charcoal pencils when they are too short to hold?
I'll assume you're talking about Conté pencils (Fusain Charcoal, which often come in sets with grey and white Conté).
Caran d'Ache has a pencil extender with a 9 mm diameter, which should be sufficient for those pencils, which are slightly smaller.
You can search for 'FixPencil 0012' or 'CARAN 12.009' (e.g. here).
And there are generic brand double-ended pencil extenders that allow up to 10 mm here.
1Thank you very much for your answer. But I meant that charcoal pencils are too 'fat'. There is no way they can fit. Do you know about pencil holders for 'fatter' pencils?– user11365Jun 17, 2021 at 21:05
1Thanks, @Curiousmind, I skimmed your question apparently. I updated my answer: is this helpful?– Joachim ♦Jun 17, 2021 at 23:25
1That's just perfect. Thank you very much!– user11365Jun 18, 2021 at 18:48