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Coloring with Colored Pencils and OMS- Part 1

Prismacolor Pencil Colors:
Violet Blue
Kelp Green
Yellowed Orange

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Comment by Darla Johnson on June 12, 2009 at 8:31pm
I love this method but don't like stamping is there a way to print an image with my computer so that the black lines don't smear into the color as I blend? Thanks?
Comment by Cheryl on May 24, 2009 at 12:55pm
I can't open the videos. States an error occured. This happens with each video. What am I doing wrong?? Thanks!
Comment by ninajeanette2 on April 15, 2009 at 2:16pm
I hate the sharpner i got with my small set with prismas,
"cherie howards" say do not use an electric sharpner but i feel if you use it carefully you can use one, i feel that works better for me.
i know the lead is soft but the pens are not as soft as the koo i noors,lol, even in a padded pencil case(like kids have) i had a few that broke :(
Comment by Deborah Festervand on March 26, 2009 at 8:16pm
Great information...learned something today! I do love my Prisma pencils.
Comment by Mary on March 21, 2009 at 6:55am
Finally I now know how to use my color pencils to get the look I want. THANK YOU!
Comment by Tina Marie on March 20, 2009 at 7:00pm
Gina - I tried using a brand of OMS called Mona Lisa that I bought at Michael's and it made me very nauseous and I had a hard time breathing so I threw it out. I was at a crop last week and the lady across from me was using this technique and a little later I was feeling the same way I had before (not sure what type OMS she used). Does the type you sell do this to you? I bought the Prisma pencils and can't use them. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks
Comment by dmurray407 on March 20, 2009 at 1:01pm
Oh my gosh, Gina! I love this technique (why did I buy all those Copic markers??). Really, your videos are great and explained the method better than any other I've watched. Your pump bottle is amazing and I can see myself using this method of coloring a lot! Thank you so much!
Comment by Melisa Waldorf on March 18, 2009 at 11:37am
Another awesome tutorial. I HAVE to get that pump!
Comment by Deedle-dee Doodles on March 17, 2009 at 9:32pm
Aahhhh yes! This video has taken the mystery out of blending using colored pencils for me - hmmmm, learn something new every day! AND I especially love the container for the mineral spirits ... will have to order both immediately! Can't wait to get busy blending! I love using colored pencils and recommend using Prismacolor pencils-they are the best quality and I do use an electric pencil sharpener on them to keep the tips pointy (always keep a point) and never encounter issues - just don't ram the pencil into the machine-gently insert because what you want is the tip to resharpen).
Comment by sonni on March 14, 2009 at 10:18am
Thanks. This demonstration helped to take the mystery out of coloring.


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