Comparison or employment?
I’ve filmed and edited the comparison, and after that I’ve added subtitles for my English speaking audience. That was a huuuuge amount of work… pfff! Obvioulsy I’ve taken the road less traveled, by adding subs in the most complicated imaginable way hahaha, since I didn’t take the time to find out how it could be done quicker. So I’ve been working on this video for nearly a week. Ah well, it is what it is.
To the point
But what is this all about? What kind of paper did I compare? And how? You know what… watch the video below now, and in that video I’ll tell you all you need to know!
Any questions left?
Because I haven’t done a video like this before, and neither have I done a lot of comparisons, there is quite a possibility that after seeing this you still have one or more questions. Please do ask them in the comment section below! No questions to ask? Then leave a comment anyway, to let me know what you think of the video, whether you liked it or not!
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The drawings have been colored
And last but not least, you’ll find the finished test sheets that I’ve used for the video, right below this paragraph. All three of them were colorized with a variety of coloring materials, which we colorists call ‘making use of mixed media’. Would you like to color in these books yourself? Underneath the pictures you’ll find a couple of hyperlinks to buy them from the supplier of your choice.
1. Let me color that fantasy – Sandy Wijsbeek:
2. Dazzling dragons – Laurie Beauchamp / GDG:
- Amazon.de (usually printed in Poland, somtimes in Germany)
- Amazon.co.uk (printed in the UK)
- Amazon.com (printed in the USA)
3. Johanna’s 69 – Johanna Ans / GDG: