By On Sep 08, 2018 Adult Coloring
What do I do? I use a few sets of pencils/pens and one set of markers. I’ll address that after my reviews. So without further adieu and in alphabetical order (with some generic retail pricing too, which may vary depending on where you shop). This list is divided into four sections – Crayons, Markers, Pencils, and Pens.
My reviews are below, but let me say up front that if you are going to just do basic coloring and don’t want to get too crazy, I’d go with pencils. If you are wanting to play with some advanced techniques or detail work (which I’ll address in another post), I’d go with one set of pencils AND one set of markers. Then of course you can throw in pens, crayons, lead pencils, and more.
Getting bold, even colors with colored pencils can be difficult, even with Prismacolors or Faber Castell pencils. Beginners often find that their large back-and-forth strokes can be hard to hide. Different areas meet up at awkward angles, and can look patchy up against one another. There are certain techniques you can use to help solve this problem.
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