I was eager to test Art-n-Fly’s artist grade markers because I had only used inexpensive Bic and Sharpie alcohol markers up to now. Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy these markers as much as I’d hoped I would, at least not for adult coloring pages.
Many colorists use markers in their art work either exclusively or combined with an arsenal of pencils and gel pens. David, an experienced coloring enthusiast, shares some of his thoughts and findings with the marker sets he owns and uses.
Printing coloring pages yourself does not need to cost a fortune. Check out these tips and tricks for saving ink when printing black background or regular coloring pages.
There are tons of sources for finding inexpensive coloring books and pages, as well as free images for coloring, if you know where to look. The hobby of adult coloring doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg and you can still get good quality material.
If you like to gift, frame, or craft with your coloring pages, it’s helpful to remove the coloring pages from the book. In this tutorial Stephanie shows how easy it is to take apart a coloring book using a hair dryer.
Getting a great photo that really does justice to your coloring isn’t hard but you do have to know a few tricks. Here are some easy techniques you can use to capture all your fabulous coloring masterpieces.
Learn how I turned a coloring page into a beautiful flickering candle night light. In this tutorial I will walk you through the process and provide links and info about what you will need.