Col­or­ing Tools

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Here are just a few of the col­or­ing tools avail­able to­day. Choose your tools care­fully based on the kind of look you want to cre­ate. Ex­per­i­ment with all of them so you know how they work. Try pas­tels, di­men­sional gel pens, acrylic paint and any­thing else you find. Don’t be afraid to think out­side the box!

Crayons

Crayons come in about as many col­ors as you can imag­ine and are typ­i­cally the first col­or­ing prod­uct we think of when con­tem­plat­ing how to color col­or­ing book images. As young­sters, most of us owned our fair share of wax crayons and never con­sid­ered that brands other than Cray­ola® ex­isted. There are dif­fer­ent va­ri­eties of crayons as well made from char­coal, oiled chalk, hard­ened grease and other ma­te­ri­als. In re­cent years, sev­eral com­pa­nies have added artist crayons to their prod­uct lines, tak­ing col­or­ing qual­ity and ca­pa­bil­i­ties to all-new lev­els!

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