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Kamis, 20 April 2017

Coloring Book For Me Apk Free Download

Coloring Book For Me Apk Free Download

in the world of pastels we have basically there are soft pastels which is basically a chalky pastel which is pigment carried by a chalk basically i mean i'm not going to get into the technical mumbo jumbo about it all but it's a chalky substance with a pigment in it these are way cheapo cheapo that i picked up

at michaels it's artist loft i think this set was less than five bucks for this and it came with this amazing leaflet with drawing techniques and everything inside so if you want to just get a really cheap set to play around with which is what i wanted to do and that's what i did and then i was going through my craft supplies and i

discovered i had this other set that we're going to play around with because i think this is a little more expensive set and i i assume like all art supplies the more money you spend the higher the pigment and the better the quality so i thought we could if we have time we can play around with this and see if that it's true

now i'm these do get dirty and from what i read you can clean them by taking the stick and putting them in a container of like rice and then just shaking it and the rice sort of knocks off all the loose yucky other color chalk and it comes out clean and beautiful and i read that in like three different places by actual pastel artist so that wasn't like

some pinterest why is wife's tell kind of thing this was like actual artist saying that so i think that's true now there is also hard pastels which is the same sort of thing only not quite so soft so you can get more crisp lines and it's not so soft and fluffy so they're soft

pastels hard pastels and then there are oil pastels which this is my son set rylan that he's been our co-host sometimes he got this set is by pentel from school and it's a different creature all together so we're not even going to play with this this is an oil-based product let me show you the difference here

ok so the oil pastels they are you know really creamy there they feel sort of like crayon only way more creamy ok so if you want to do these techniques we're going to play with don't buy the oil pastels by the soft chalk pastels and i don't even know if i've ever seen hard pastels i wonder if you'd have to go to like it

art store versus a craft store to find the hard pastel or maybe i don't even know what i'm looking for and i probably seen them and anyway so that soft pastels i'm going to put them totally out of the way so we don't see them and this is versus you know this is the chalk and you can use the edges and get lines or you can see this is, i'm wondering

if because it's a lower end product that's why we're not getting such a great there we go you can use the sides and colorful areas and they make gorgeous paintings out of it now this of course was just plain copy paper with no tooth on it so that's probably why it wasn't catching it either and then they

blend you do amazing things and like i said they're really messy which is really fun and because it's chalk it comes off really easy as opposed to the oil pastels which get everywhere and are really more difficult to clean off so i keep handy some wet wipes or so like a wet washcloth or something handy to clean your hands off with so you

don't get everything you touch covered in red or whatever color you're working in as you go so that's just a quick hint okay so then you need stuff to apply and mix and do cool things with it so i usually grab cheapo brushes that i don't care about i'll grab makeup applicators and and you know cotton swabs of different varieties then use your hands

and just go for it so that's really all i have there are actual tools for using pastels there are pan pastels that look like make up there in little discs there's pastels in pencils so that you can hold them like a colored pencil and draw with them and sharpen them the whole thing so but this is what we're going to play with

and i need a knife this is a knife you guys have seen me use this before fancy little knife and i'll need an eraser and we're going to use some post-it notes and the next thing i wanted to show you is how important it is to have a paper that has a little bit of tooth so i have two pieces of white paper here this is just some standard card stock

that i picked up at walmart just is just a normal store and then this is that my favorite card paper that i use that we talked about a lot here and we'll just go ahead and have my husband share link to that we still haven't done my video on it and it's the springhill vellum bristol cover 80-pound letter paper that we pick up by the ream

this is what i've been buying and of course like always i say make sure you check your printer to see if it can handle such a heavy pounded paper so my husband's going to share the link to that and that's at kelly paper .com that we're buying that by the ream right now and it has just a nice little bit of tooth on it so it can grab your color

pencil or in this case your pastel better so let's see if thats true so here is the cardstock i'm gonna go on edge better there on the edge it works better and then here is our nicer paper definitely grabs onto it better that's that too that's why we like our tooth and grabs onto the product better ok so we proved my point there and once

again covered in pastel so when we do our backgrounds and i usually for me i spent a lot of time on my coloring of the actual coloring page and then when it comes to the background i usually like to just have something soft and pretty to sort of highlights and bring the eye to the actual colored page when i use a colored pencil and especially if

it's prismacolor because it's a wax-based product it's going to repel the pastels because pastels are chalky and it just repels off the chalk you can just sort of dust it right off and so you can actually put the pastels right up next to it on top of it and it will just sort of fluff right off of it and it won't affect the color so that's

pretty neat so i usually do the background last plus once you've got all your coloring done you can kind of pick what that ground you want based on the color palette you've produced here and the feel you want to give on the background what i usually do is i use the little cosmetic rounds i think everybody's pretty familiar with

you could use other things if you want tissue cotton balls whatever you want to i think we'll try some yellow well these fingernails ok and then i have this knife you can use any kind of knife i've seen the exacto knives used as well so whatever knife you you've got handy this one is

one that my son said here mom use this cool knife and because this is such a low pigmented inexpensive pastel it takes quite a bit of chalk or soft pastel to get some background going so you want to experiment with whatever pastels you have or whatever you buy to see how much you need plus i would think the lighter the color

probably the more pastel you're going to have to put down to get a color that you want and of course you can always add more pastels are really great for layering up oh you're hearing rose she's digging over here on her pillow and then i usually take my cosmetic ground and i like either folded up or in half or

whatever that way i can use one side for one color and one side for another color and then i'm you just sort of start going and i do sort of a twisting motion you can play around and try all kinds of different motions here and if you want to try streaks and create a wind feel or really you can try anything you want i mean this is art right you get to play

and it kind of loads up into the cotton we hold it still so you can see it really fills all up into that cotton and you can just play around now and lay that pastel down and i love that you get sort of a model look it's not it's really soft and pretty and covers the area really fast way faster than if you

were to sit down and try to do it with colored pencil which would come up with all kinds of streaks because you would never be able to cover this consistently especially marker anything it would have streaks and but this way you get such a pretty soft nice coverage now see how i've got yellow over here don't worry about that because it actually will

erase off let me show you that ok so when you put this down now be careful where you put it because we reach that it's going to go find the yellow so i have a little dish here this is where i sharpen my pencils so i'm going to set it there and then i have this eraser that i'm going to use for erasing here and what

i'm actually going to do is cut off the edge here to create a sharp i shouldn't be doing this over my coloring page down here really careful and then that will create a nice sharp edge and then you can just erase away exactly where you didn't want that yellow which is really cool i'll bring it up closer so you can see what i'm talking about with the way

it looks and steve since i don't have my preview over here tell me if it's going into focus if i got it close enough and you can see how pretty the effect is how sort of some parts are lighter some parts are darker it's really pretty see it ok he's looking this delay is a little bit low so i'm just going to hold it here i just love the soft look of it

ok so then that's just like layer 1 and then you can add in you know if you wanted to a great way to do it, let me grab my color wheel okay brace yourself for a little color theory now remember we could go straight across and grab our complimentary color that we have learned about or a great way to do the backgrounds is to stay

right next to where you are on the color wheels so anything directly next to and i should have learned what that's called what if it says it on the back using colors that are adjacent to each other on the color way it's called analogous analogous analogous analogous tell me if i'm saying that wrong everybody analogous so here we have yellow and

anything straight adjacent to it is an analogous color combination so this is complimentary this would be analogous and so if we add a little yellow orange and yellow green now to this yellow we are using an analogous color combination so that's what i'm going to do add a little yellow orange and maybe

even a yellow green and see what that does to this so my color palette is a little limited but we're going to go into the orange-ish yellow here and add that and see what that does and you can actually and i'm just going to do a little bits and i don't want to overwhelm my yellow you that's where you got that need colorful that color wheel

came from michael's i think was only like two or three bucks and i use my coupon on it so forty percent off of two or three bucks so deal of the day and then yellow green color and then i also have a color a blank color wheel you can download it's a free download on my website maybe steve can go find that blog and put the link and

you can actually build your own color wheel i'm just download that and print it and use your own color pencils and build your own color wheel and have it at home to refer to any time you want so we're going to do these two added at the same time maybe a little green up here

ok so i'm going to flip my pad over save my pad and this time instead of sort of you know spreading across the whole thing i kind of want to just go straight down and keep the colors where i laid them now this may or may not work and i'm gonna tell you why one reason is because the low pigment on this product the second reason is this is a toothy

paper but not a super toothy paper if you go and check out in your art store the kind of paper they use for pastels it's way more toothy than this paper tooth being the texture so i only have a certain amount of tooth to push this pigment down into so i'm not pushing hard or anything i'm just medium pressure and of course if you get areas

where you're like eww i really don't like how that looks you can grab your eraser and erase it we're just sort of experimenting together i just wanted to share with you guys my knowledge on this okay so of course when you start mixing colors you're going to get the more colors you mix just like if you're mixing

watercolors the more muddy or brown your your colors are going to get so just be aware of that ok but i think that turned out really pretty we've got fluff which is one reason why i brought this big brush so i could brush away the fluff without smearing my hand across getting pastel across my whole

hand ok so that's kind of what i have been doing in the past a quick easy way to cover your entire background really fast and easy now if you have areas that you haven't colored yet you can use your post-it notes is just enough of that really low-tack glue that you can lay these post-it notes down and cover areas

that you don't want your pastel to get onto and this trick is you can use this trick for a lot of things post-it notes are great for covering areas of masking out areas that you don't want color to get onto if you're ever using product that's like the soft pastel is going to get everywhere so i have several pads of

post-its that i just keep handy for masking out things if i'm ever getting into a messy product so that's another handy trick have around our post it notes once you're done with your background you need to seal in the pastel because it is going to forever be messy like this and it will forever liftoff so it's pretty cool actually

because you could leave it and walk away and say i don't know if i like this and come back a week later and change it if you hate it because it is such a soft products not like marker it's not going to soak down into your paper so you could actually come back and fix it later if you want to but if you're done and you want to give it away or hang it

up you have to fix that on or it will forever be delicate and will get wiped off and make a mess of whatever falls down on your couch and your couch is going to turn yellow so you have to fix it on so i have two from krylon here you can pick these up at walmart now of course michaels hobby lobby your art stores every country has their own fixatives to

those are krylon you want to buy well typically by matt this is only eight dollars and then use your coupon so it's cheaper than that and i think they're even less expensive at walmart so it's really inexpensive you can use them for color pencil pencils pastels chalks they these are great they also have the kind that art spray kind so if you have

feelings about the aerosol cans you can get non-aerosol as well my favorite is the workable fixative hairspray is a pretty yeah i read that too and i've read that there are issues that may be like 20 years from now it will turn yellow the hairspray might turn yellow i'm gonna take a little time to prove that one out

yeah so i don't know i when i read that i went straight and bought the real stuff that's all i know because the only time i use the workable fixative is on something that i'm going to be giving away or that i really care about and so i guess if you're just playing around with it use your hairspray but if it's something

you care about or selling or something i think it's worth putting your money in on a real artist quality product has been tested that's my theory so and plus this isn't that much money and it lasts forever you only you know you shake it up you go outside because it's got all kinds of bad stuff for you and it's flammable

keep away from your friends family and neighbors and your pets go outside and you just spray a light coat and actually will because it's a workable fixative it will actually leave a bit of a tooth on your paper and you can come back and do another layer so if you lay down some pastel and all of a sudden you're feeling like none of the pastels

gripping anymore pause go outside and hit with a layer of workable fixative wait for it to dry and away you go again because it's going to lay down a fresh layer of tooth and you're good to go so that's what i would do and sometimes i even cheat and just do it inside because i sit in a very well ventilated

room i would just really quick i think it says one or two coats i can't remember dries in 10 to 15 minutes no not even that i mean it's going to dry in like five minutes or less so this is a really cool little product lots of applications you can use it for thumbs up from me on the krylon workable fixative that is my basic knowledge on

pastels now we're going to play ok another way to these oh wow this is a huge difference okay yeah i may need to invest in better pastels way softer maybe i would call these a hard pastel compared to this this is a very different experience much softer much messier look at that i don't

mind being messy though you guys know that i just don't want to get blue everywhere just where i want it ok one of the ideas they said was to lay down a bold line like this we have done this before with the gel pens and then pull it away like this to create sort of a cool effect coming away from your art i like that and then they layered on

another color on top of that the smaller cotton swabs the applicators would be great for getting the colors down into the smaller areas you could actually just take your cotton swabs rub into the pan pastel and then you would apply it like this into those smaller areas bring that up so you can see really fun that would be really neat if

you wanted to create like a wind effect or something is i have a whole bunch of really neat stencils are and you can use stencils for this is this one and for use with pastels well there's my coloring page that's the most beautiful heart ever and we want to do a background around the heart i'm so we could mask off some of the

heart if we wanted to show you how that works but you can also use your eraser but i'll show you how the masking with the with our post-its can help i'll just put part of it masked off and then this really fun i'm going to kind of look and say you know where do i want this pattern to show i want it to kind of peek partially off on the edge maybe

line up a bit up here kinda like that about going to partially tape it to the table and to my coloring paper here and then we're just going to sort of follow the same plan now you could take your pad and rub it on the stick or your pan pastel and then dab it on or use a stencil brush and do that same technique but i'm just going to do just like this

and kind of control the flakes and keep them where i want them i love this part i think that's why i decided to do it this way and something about this is very satisfied maybe it's using the knife, i don't know. i like the sound can you hear it under thinking here and they're pretty too

i've seen people use the laydown something sort of sticky too and then flake it down into the stickiness and this leave the flakes you've seen that too on your pinterest stuff there's a whole world of really neat stuff in the pastel artist world ok and then we're just going to do it kind of being careful not to get it

underneath the stencil and this will create a texture for our background you could apply this to gift cards you're doing ok i could work and add more and make it more consistent if i wanted to but i'm actually liking sort of inconsistency because we're going to add another layer here with another stencil save this tape

for the next stencil remember if we get some on our coloring area we can always remove that with our eraser the capital and these stencils of course clean up really easy and you can even just take them to the sink and clean them up now we'll grab another stencil to do a secondary texture on top how about some ivy

ok let's go ahead and use green you know we could use another sticky note right hi hi carla that'll help a little and maybe another one right here perfect ok block that leaf area out and let's go again shall we ok i'm glad i added the dark green because that's really pretty are we ready for the reveal around my really

fancy heart i drew so when i saw this idea they would layer up several stencils they did like three or four different stencils and so you get this really neat deep layering effect and i saw them do it with like a forest background and they used leaf stencils which i have one in here right here so they use these and they would like lay

the leafs out and do a layer like light yellow leaves and in the pastel and then they did a layer of the darker leaf and darker and it got this really neat background of leafs in the background of a coloring page and then in the foreground it was like a woodland coloring page in the background was this a really cool effect with all these

leaves so you can do some really neat things with stencils as well so break out your kids stencils and see what they've got ok we're going to lift this off and see okay so can't ignore this part take this off see how good that paper did to protect that and then if we erased off all of our bleed over

that's cool when i did that it kind of did a cool smear there gently blow to get the dust away there you can see how pretty and if we kept building it up you can keep building up more layers and we could smear it now if we wanted to we didn't like how solid is we could have done a solid background like a yellow or something first and then did the red on

top and the green ivy and you could oh man and you could also take your gel pens and come in and add details on to the leaves now it's becoming its own coloring page in the background so you can do all kinds of stuff with the so remember fixative at the end so that it doesn't get everywhere or in between layers you can use your fixative because

that will add a little tooth too so that when you do your next layer you have a fresh layer of tooth for your pastel to grip onto so remember this workable fixative is kind of an important part of this whole process and like i said this is available in a lot of places now so it shouldn't be hard to find some sort of workable

fixative wherever you live thanks for joining me for this fun pastel experimenting and i hope that this will help your art and give you something new to inspire you and and give you some new art play with so i like it i think pastels are really fun really messy but really fun we don't mind the mess as long as it stays contained

right so it was really fun thanks you guys you're awesome bye-bye

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