I picked up a pantograph at Barnes & Noble yesterday for $ 14.95 and tax. It has a nice instructional book, a pantograpgh(assembly required), and a starter set of drawing materials. If you don't have a Barnes & Noble near you, it is available online at: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/boo...60774765&itm=1
Pantographs are excellent for enlarging drawings or photos. I plan on using mine to create some background scenes for figures from photos and to assist in the creation of diorama props.