By On Aug 05, 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.
Personally, I prefer pencils. I will always use pencils over any other material for colouring, just because I love the fact that they are so versatile. I like that they are fine enough that you can work in lots of detail. "I love that you can blend colours into one another and get a new shade. Just from one green pencil, you can get 20 shades of that one colour, which you cant get so much with coloured markers or gel pens. For their versatility, pencils have always been my favourite, hands down.
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.
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