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Old 09-24-2015, 02:13 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by gregzgurl View Post
I'm another fan of the CraZArt pencils - with or without blending - but thought I'd throw out another suggestion, as well. Bic and Sharpie markers are bright and saturated and fun even if you don't do shading and blending, and they are a fraction of the cost of Copics. I have Bics in fine and ultra-fine tips and use them right along with Spectrum Noir and Prismacolor markers (no Copics yet). Sometimes I do shading, and sometimes I do "coloring book coloring", just for giggles...
As you know, Sue, I'm also a big fan of the Bics and Sharpies. And I love your term "coloring book coloring!" That's what I do a lot of the time, but I just didn't know what to call it.

Actually, just outlining in a darker color, and filling in with a lighter color looks pretty good, I think, on a lot of images. Many of my cards go to my grandkids, and they think I "color real good."
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