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I don't color them in often, but when I do I use Copic markers, colored pencils, or watercolor pencils. It's fun to use different techniques and see the different results.

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Most of the time I use watercolor pencils or my ZIG brush markers, but I have been wanting to try some of the Copics. I think I need to do more stamping rather than stamp collecting first though...LOL!

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Carol wrote:
I think I need to do more stamping rather than stamp collecting first though...LOL!


I'm with you on that!! :roll: :lol:

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I LOVE Copics! They are something that once you try you are hooked! They are pretty easy to blend and the colors are so bold! They make beautiful images!!!

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I have tried the Copics & they are good, but I can't justify the investment.

I still like to use chalks too.

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reading this thread makes me stamp and experiment with my watercolor pencils.

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Some of my stamps are just too intricate to color, so I leave them. There are some I love to color and then I use stickles, chalk and my limited copic supply.


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I use chalk, ink, color pencils and goo gone/baby oil or markers and a water brush,


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JustMary wrote:
I LOVE Copics! They are something that once you try you are hooked! They are pretty easy to blend and the colors are so bold! They make beautiful images!!!


Love them too, although they are pricey. I took the certification course a year ago, and there is so much you can do with them, but you need the varying shades of colors. :(


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Depends on the stamp, but when I do I use colored pencils, water color crayons, Twinkling H20s, and Radiant Pearls.

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When you use chalk how do you get it to stay on? I use coloring pencils.

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When you use chalk how do you get it to stay on? I use coloring pencils.


i know they make sprays for this but i just use hair spray when i want to set my chalks.

and here is a link to a video that shows how to use chalk enhancer with your chalks.
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Snowdropz wrote:
I suddenly discovered pencil colouring coupled with sansodor or gamsol (low order spirit) which allow for easy blending. Best colour pencils for it would be the Prisma colour pencils but they are ever so costly. I'm using water colour ones and I find they work just as well. Having fun with it!



That gamosol technique works with lots of things... markers/crayon/ pencil... LOVE it!


I tend to stickle lots of things including stamps, as well as coloring them in, but I am finding more and more I will use color ink/ep and let that stand alone. Or use masks to get more than one color out of a stamped image


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