Today I’ll show you how I blend colors while working with the Prismacolor Premier Soft Core pencils.
A couple of weeks ago we, the team of Kleuren voor Volwassenen (Coloring for Adults), received a copy of a book,. Each of us got our own copy to review. I honestly think this is the most beautiful book in my bookcase at this moment. Allthough I’m not quite sure, since I haven’t started working in ‘Daydreams’ and ‘Summer nights’ yet. They’re very good contenders for the title of ‘most beautiful coloring book’ 🙂 Well, I’m talking about ‘Magical Delights‘, or ‘Čarovné Lahodnosti’ as the title is in Czech. It was drawn by jewelery designer Klára Marková.
Work in progress
Since I’ve only colorized one design from that book, I’m not ready to write a review about it for my own website. I usually want a minimum of three designs, colorized by me, for a review, so that’s still a work in progress. But I did colorize the first design, with Prismacolor Premier pencils. This drawing is part of a joint review we’ve made as the Coloring for Adults-team for the CFA website.
During the coloring of that design, I’ve made a couple of video recordings and edited them into one video. While I colored this particular drawing completely with Prismacolor Premier pencils I used a total of about 29 different colors. To process such an amount of colors I’ve used the blending technique a lot. Therefore I’ll show you in the video how I used this technique in the different leaves that are in the design.
Enjoy the video ‘Blenden with Prismacolor Premier’.
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