Monday, February 3, 2020

Coloring in Kraft Cardstock | Prismacolor Coloring Chart



Boy fighting a monster clear stamp set colored with pencils. By Kinda Cute by Patricia Alvarez.
Boy and Monster Clear Stamp Set colored with pencils


Hello!

I'm back! I decided to continue properly with the blog instead of having it just there or just posting photos. I'll try to post from time to time, sharing things that are new, things that are "old", things that I think are interesting or maybe not so much. The thing is... I'll try to be more present in the blog world so you can keep enjoying the Kinda Cute projects that me and my team make.

Today I'm showing you a coloring I made a while ago using Prismacolor pencils in kraft cardstock. I stamped Boy and Monster using Memento desert sand for a no line coloring. The funny thing is that I had to do it several times because the ink, being so light, in this kind of cardstock fade really fast, so if you do it, try to stamp several times in the same place. The best is to use a stamping tool that lets you do that.

I colored, as I said before, with Prismacolor pencils. It's very satisfying to color with pencils in kraft cardstock because it seems that you would never get vibrant colors but since the paper already has a tone, the colors really pop a lot. The photo doesn't do the coloring justice. The yellow is just fantastic!

Here is the colors I used. I don't write the colors I use in all my colorings but since I don't usually color with pencils I thought it might be of high interest;). I hope it's helpful. Click in the photo to see it properly, for any reason it's blurry :(.


Prismacolor color chart for Boy and Monster Clear stamp 

I hope you liked this re-first post!! I'll try to post again soon. I have so many things to show you!!

Hugs,

Patricia

Monster and kid clear stamp
Boy and Monster Clear Stamp Set



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