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Storybook Coloring: Woodland Critters in colored pencil


Storybook Coloring: Woodland Critters in colored pencil

Some call this “no line” coloring – basically it’s a way to lessen the effect of stamped lines so it looks more like an illustration than a colored stamped image….and I find it forgiving. Repairing stamping that didn’t go so well is easier with this technique than straight-up stamping – which I’ve said a lot that I am not very good at. See how the no-line technique helped fix booboos in the video! Watch it below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.


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7 thoughts on “Storybook Coloring: Woodland Critters in colored pencil

  1. Seriously adorable Sandy!

  2. I love all the tips you give. They are very helpful and your explanations are easy to understand

  3. I do love this whole video, as well, the stamps; your background noise is wonderful! thanks for sharing all that you do; I need to practise the coloring.

  4. Loved this video – so straight and to the point. Loved the way you just kept putting the color # you used up in the corner as you moved along. Loved that we could watch you color and talk at the same time but didn’t have to watch it in slow motion. Your video is fantastic and very user friendly and your coloring tips and techniques are the best! Thank you!

  5. I love watching your coloring and I’m learning more and more about shading. This scene is just beautiful. Thanks for being such an inspiration!

  6. We can feel the love in your coloring, Sandy! Your storybook-style is just charming. Have a great weekend!♡

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