Storing colored pencils, markers and pens correctly can improve your adult coloring and save you money.
Pencil, markers and pens spread all over the house? Finding it hard to quickly find the color you want? Markers drying out not long after you buy them? Wasting your colored pencils because you have to sharpen broken tips?
Continue reading “7 Tips for Storing Colored Pencils, Markers and Pens”
In this second part of our markers series we look at alcohol-based markers, and the differences between alcohol- and water-based markers.
Click here to read Colored Markers Part I: Water-Soluble Markers
Alcohol-based markers can give you smooth coverage and vibrant colors, which make them a favorite for coloring. They are fast-drying and waterproof.
The differences between water-based and alcohol-based markers boil down to their inks and how the inks interact with the papers used in coloring books. Continue reading “Colored Markers Part II: Alcohol-Based Markers”
A lot of you have asked for advice about choosing colors for our adult coloring. Today, we introduce the Color Wheel. In future posts, we will cover a few of the ways to use the Color Wheel to bring harmony to our coloring.
When I flip through my finished adult coloring books, the color on some pages seems “scattered,” like on this owl I did a while ago:
Continue reading “How to Choose Colors – Part I”
After colored pencils, colored markers are the second most popular media for adult coloring. In this series of posts, we will take a look at the various types of markers and how you can choose and use them. Continue reading “Colored Markers, Part I: Water Soluble Markers”