Choosing colours in your adult colouring books can be both daunting and intimidating. Sometimes you will see pictures that you really love but you just don’t know how to get started. This is something that I come up against a lot in my own books.
There are a few methods of choosing colours that can give you the courage to take on any line drawing in your colouring book. I have personally used all of these methods to help me.
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Hi all, I have recently been updating my blog to make it more user-friendly and I finally purchased my own domain! I have been thinking about it for a while and finally committed to this blog. I’m really happy with the kind of content I am able to put out as it covers all my passions for travel, food and colouring of course. I have been a bit slow to get more content out the past couple of months, due to holidays and illness. But I have a few projects in the works to share with you all soon.
I thought I’d share with my colouring enthusiast and curious friends what kind of materials I use for adult colouring. Since I started colouring I have slowing been upgrading and adding to my art supplies. Back when I first started I wish I knew the pros and cons of these brands. Although it was probably better to start with cheaper supplies before I committed to more expensive ones.
There are so many more art supplies I wish could buy if I had unlimited time and money. I would love a set of Faber-Castel Albrecht Dürer Watercolour Pencils, or to experiment with different types of markers like Tombow or Copic. I am also really curious about Tombow Irojiten Colored Pencils. However, I am always mindful about buying pencils that have open stock available and not doubling up too much on materials that are very similar. Who knows maybe Santa will bring me something new later this year.
The latest pencils I purchased were the Prismacolor Premiers, which I can’t live without now. Although I love to go back to my Faber-Castell Polychromos for a different experience and when doing tutorials that use them. I also love my Inktense pencils, which are water-soluble. The technique for Inktense is completely different, so it’s nice to have a break and go crazy with them sometimes. I don’t have a lot of additional materials, but I’m happy with the brands I have bought.
What are your favourite pencils?
Do you have any art supplies you can’t live without for adult colouring books?
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Colouring has definitely become my number one passion at the moment. I have been colouring about a year and a half now and I don’t see myself stopping anytime soon. I have always kept my colouring books to myself and haven’t participated much in the colouring community. But I have decided to get more involved, share my work and communicate with others who share my passion. In my personal life, I often find myself quite isolated with a toddler. So this is another way for me to be more sociable.
Since colouring is such a big part of my life I decided to update this blog to make it more colouring fan friendly. I have made a few more pages and links dedicated to my colouring book collection, materials, finished pictures and colouring book reviews. I hope you guys find them easier to view and can give you inspiration for your own work. You can also find me on Instagram and Pinterest, where you can see what I’ve been working on.
Here is my entire collection so far. I’ve promised myself that I won’t be buying any more books until I have at least started all of them. To get a better look, check out the Colour section of my site menu.
Secret Garden by Johanna Basford
Enchanted Forest by Johanna Basford
Lost Ocean by Johanna Basford
Magic Jungle by Johanna Basford
The Magical City by Lizzie Mary Cullen
Imagimorphia by Kerby Rosannes
Twilight Garden by Maria Trolle
Vivi söker en vän by Maria Trolle
Skymnings Timman by Maria Trolle
Daydreams (Dagdrommar) by Hanna Karlzon
Magical Dawn by Hanna Karlzon
Summer Nights by Hanna Karlzon
Coloriage Wild by Emmanuelle Colin
Animal Kingdom by Millie Marotta
Kuwi’s Creative Colouring Book: For Big and Small People by Kat Merewether
Fantastic Cities by Steve McDonald
Once Upon a Time by Debra McFarlane
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