By On Aug 10, 2018 Adult Coloring
When you run a colored pencil across a page, the pigment core breaks into tiny particles that stick onto microscopic ridges on the paper. These ridges are called "teeth", and the amount of tooth a page has directly affects how much pigment can be applied to it. Pages with a lot of tooth have deep ridges that can be filled with more pigment. As a result, less whiteness shows through, and the colors appear bolder and richer.
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.
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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