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Post by Guest on Sat 27 Feb 2010 - 14:53

I often use a light grey when I don't want any space left white, but a light grey
gives a little shading. I don't get lines, but it does make a difference what paper
you are colouring on. I think the only way is to play on scrap paper.

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http://wwwcardoasis.blogspot.com/2009/06/promarker-tutorial.html

http://thecraftyden.blogspot.com/2009/11/tutorial-for-you.html

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Post by karinlouise on Mon 1 Mar 2010 - 12:11

I too bought the greys Richard, and they were a god send last week. I was colouring in a bike and needed a lighter grey for the chrome parts, dark grey for the tyres, and a mid grey for the wheel inners. Same for the car. Mainly for metal bits on images.

For a teddy I have coloured all in one colour, then if I only want light shading, wait a min or two for it to dry, then using same colour I go back over the creases, edges, 'in the shade' bits. If I want shading darker, just use next colour up on list to do those bits. have a look at my facebook account for Karin's Cards, a lot of those are promakers coloured in.

The blender, well it is and it isn't. Personally (my own opinion) I don't use it much. Though if I did hair a light yellow, but wanted a light brown tint, I would then go over the brown lines to soften the edges. It is also a remover, so don't apply it too much.

In our class at the shop she always always applies the blender to the whole image first, then colours in the colour she wants. It softens it up and then if we apply a top colour, use it again. One or two swipes, softens....more than that erases.

And no that beauty of these pens, the best bit of all is that there are no lines.. it all sort of fades into each other. Thats why they perfect for me Mr Green

Hope that helps. xx

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Post by karinlouise on Mon 1 Mar 2010 - 13:41

Here you go Richard.

By accident, looking for the rugby player I'm after, I found this site. Its someones Blog but she has promarker challenges and a short way down on the left hand side, is a How To Colour section. She does bit by bit, hair, clothes etc., worth a look

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Post by Guest on Wed 31 Mar 2010 - 14:39

i plan making an order for some promarkers from cowling. does anyone want something and pay me at the retreat? that way we won't have to pay p&p.

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Post by kt_dragonfly on Wed 31 Mar 2010 - 18:01

Ooooooooooooo Jane.................... thats an AWFUL thing to suggest.........
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Post by WeirdCat on Sat 3 Apr 2010 - 22:32

I use the warm greys an awful lot as they all blend together well without the blender. When you use the blender you get a more textured look, good for animals

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Post by cb on Sun 23 May 2010 - 14:54

Been to Hobbycraft with Malcolm as he wanted some paints for his models and they've got some of the Promarker sets of 5 on offer for £4.74 so I've bought 3 packs, Spring, Skin Accents and Natural Environment. Just need to learn how to use them properly now.
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