hi I’m back w low quality time lapses again 🙌 SWIPE FOR MORE (this took an hour and I’m still not done.. I’ll try to add more detail!!) clearly I was so into it I was coloring out of frame wow why am I like this 💀 using: @prismacolor
Currently colouring this in. A few mistakes have been made.
I'm using my prismacolour pencils to colour it in.
I want to show why I love the Prismacolor pencils. The difference is amazing. At first it looks like a normal colour pencil. Use the colourless blender and the colour is so much brighter.
I posted this on a colouring page on FB and got so much interest about the pencils used, that I decided to post it on here as well. I was going for a copper look and I’m pretty pleased with the result.
Going for a coppery look
Pencils used in order: Fabercastell polychromos: burnt ochre, Venetian red, pompeian red, raw umber, walnut brown. Then I darkened with a black pencil in the corners. Also, I didn’t use all the pencils completely over one another. I coloured the whole thing with the lighter pencil and then used the reds to mostly overlap it and then the browns were used in the outermost areas, usally leaving the center of most areas lighter to make it clean. I also used white to create some shine on the lighter areas.
I used the same colours for the wall fixture and then tried to make it look oxidised by using a jade and parrot green pencil from prisma colour. However, I think I created a bit of a bloom and I think it could look a little nicer. But, that’s what I used if you want to try it out!
Prismacolour experiment (4th photo): I tried to recreate the same effect using just prismas and I think I was successful, but I do like the polychromos result a lot more. Same technique as listed above, but for this one I used the following prisma pencils (72 pack) in order: burnt ochre, poppy red, Carmine red, light umber, sepia, Black. Then white in some of the lighter areas.