By On Aug 31, 2018 Adult Coloring
Cross hatching is a great technique to know because it lets you use those quick, straight strokes that are quick and easy to lay down. This method does have some limitations, though. The end result often appears very flat - if you are trying to make an object appear round or add depth to your coloring, cross-hatching is not the way to do it. It is difficult to use multiple colors when cross hatching, as the individual markings become more visible where different colors meet and overlap.
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.
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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