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 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!