By On Sep 02, 2018 Adult Coloring
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.
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.
Many colorists recommend coloring in small circles, and while this is a great method, its not the only way to achieve even colors. The important thing is to return to old pencil strokes and go over them again, but in a different direction. If you always color back-and-forth as you move your pencil across the page, you end up with a grainy, directional texture in your colors. This is noticeable on its own, but becomes especially glaring when two different areas with different directional textures meet up.
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