|3 Nov 2009|| Dustanne|
I was lucky to find prisma colours at a second hand store. Paid $4 for a full pencil bag of them. I was elated.
I love your work and the tutorials, thank you!!!
|27 Nov 2009|| Kay Raynewolfe Isaac|
Nothing Better in my opinion than Prisma (color or graphite) and micron pens. They are great for coloring tattoo flash and working with it visually in the same way the tattoo pigments will look. Just my two cents worth!
|30 Nov 2009|| Anon.|
Use a prisma clear blender marker to blend.
|26 Feb 2010|| Dd design aaa|
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|4 Jun 2010|| Rabbit|
Nice! I’ll try to implement this technique into my art. As of late, I’ve been doing line art in micron pen, then coloring with Prismas, however, they don’t mix well. The Prismas fade the lines, and drawing over the lines gets them waxy, and now they don’t work -sigh- ...Hopefully working entirely in colored pencil is the key to my problems.. Though I’d like to find a pen that mixes well with Prismacolors.
|26 Jul 2010|| Anon.|
thnx for the advice
iv been useing crayola ever since i started drawing and im going 2 gic Prismacolor a go -btw cute drawing
|30 Aug 2010|| Elizabeth Mueller|
Wow! I’ve never thought to layer my colored pieces with my Prisma as you have. Thanks for sharing your secret! <3
|6 Nov 2010|| Samantha d stuart|
Im actually taking a colored pencil class in collage right now and this tutorial really helped with my last project. We have been using Prismacolor and its fun to work with just wish each pencil didnt cost like 2 dollars
|31 Dec 2010|| Cheryl Wainwright|
Thank you...your lesson was simple, straight forward with lots of good information. I just received a 132 box set of Prismas with a set of markers as a gift. I did not realize how different the techinques are with colored pencils.
|8 Jan 2011|| Kristin Madelyn McCutcheon|
Great lesson here, thank you!