By On Sep 08, 2018 Adult Coloring
If you finish coloring and find yourself being critical of the end result, maybe a few tutorials on color control and shading are all you need! Or, if you find yourself getting bored with the same old colored pencils or markers you always color with, a different set of materials might be all you need.
So however you want to do it, always make sure to go back over your filled-in areas and lay down color in a different direction. The circle method achieves this quite nicely, as the tip of the pencil always tends to be moving in a different direction. This makes it easy to color around a corner or fill in large areas without it becoming noticeable.
Coloring in many different directions is a great habit to get into. However, there are still ways to hide your pencil marks while using linear strokes. If you plan accordingly, you can use linear strokes in one area, and then use more linear strokes in a different direction to go back over your pencil marks. This technique is called cross hatching.
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