By On Sep 08, 2018 Adult Coloring
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.
The beautiful thing about coloring is that it can be as simple or as complicated as you want to make it. Either way, you can still come out with a great result. As a beginner, its best to initially focus on laying down even, consistent colors in your coloring books. You are work may appear basic colored without any fancy coloring techniques, but as you practice you will be able to incorporate more complex techniques and color combinations into your work. This guide will introduce you to a few practices and give you an opportunity to explore the technical aspects of coloring.
To start, hold your pencil as you would if you were writing. There should be a little bit of space between your fingers and the pencil tip. As you color, you may notice your grip starting to tighten. This will end up causing you some pain in the long run, and you will notice your hand cramping up after a while. Remember to keep your grip controlled but relaxed - you may not be able to color as fast, but you will be able to last much longer without any cramps or sore fingers. In most cases, coloring is a marathon, not a sprint.
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