Samstag, 8. Mai 2010
Hallo Ihr Lieben,
Hi dear all,
I wish all of you a wonderful saturday :o) Weekend is finally here and this means a new issue of Stempeleinmaleins is on with another tutorial for you. This time it´s my turn to show you how I color with Prismacolor Pencils.
Ihr benötigt folgende Materialien:
- Prismacolor Stifte
- Geruchloser Terpentinersatz
- Schmirgelbrettchen (um die Papierwischer zu spitzen)
What you need:
- Prismacolor Pencils
- Paper Stump
- White Spirit
- Sandpaper (to sharpen the paper stump)
Now, let´s get started. As soon as you know which image you want to color and what paper you like for it, you just need the suitably pencils. I dispense the white spirit in a little container, because you didn´t need so much of it.
I always get started with the face, the hands and the legs. After finishing that, I make the hair and at the end I´m beginning with the clothes, top down.
I`m painting the face and the arms with the color *Light Peach*.
Next step I´m using the color *Peach* for the cheeks and the forehead, so that I get a stronger expression.
... and paint also this color just a little bit, with the paper stump.
Finally I accent the hair at certain points with the color *Black* and then the hair is finished.
After that I´m color in again with the paper stump.
I made the same again to get much more deepness into the dress.
With the color *Black* I could give the dress more color depth.
Because the color intensity isn´t still enough, I use the three coloures again and paint over the areas, from bright to dark.
Und natürlich auch wieder mit der Farbe *Black*, erst ein wenig ...
And certainly also with the color *Black*, first a little bit ...
... und dann noch einmal, etwas mehr.
I made the same with the shoes ...
and with the apple.
Das Motiv ist nun fast fertig coloriert, es fehlt nur noch der Feinschliff.
Finally I set some accents with white gel pen and stickles.
Now I hope you had fun to see behind the curtain, how I color with prismas and I could inspire you a little bit.
Wishing all of you a great weekend and thanks for stopping by.
And here are some examples of me, colored with Primacolor Pencils: