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Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Sun Oct 26, 2008 12:58 pm

also called the MCP technique:

Here is what you need:
The pencils


other equipments:
paper stumps, sandpaper and odor free solvent.


Stamped image: use paper without structure in it, smooth surface.


Coloring in with pencils:
Color the edges of the image



Use the paper stumps, dip it in the solvent, and rub the colors of the pencils in. start at the edge and rub in towards the center, or towards the area you want to be lighter...


use sandpaper to clean the paper stumps, or else the previous color will smudge into the next color..


All done:



And here is the image on a card:


Hope this will trigger you to actually open the case of pencils... Holly..???
Laughing Laughing

Another tip:
When coloring with my Promarkers, I go over the image after coloring it in with the markers, and add shadows to the image with this technique.
Makes the image more warm, then just use the markers Wink


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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:04 pm

What kind of odor free solvent????

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:11 pm

I use sansadore from winsor & Newton.
You see the bottle in the second picture

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:18 pm

Is it a water based solvent? I am not familiar with that particular one! Sorry just want to think I have the right kind in my stash! LOL I will head out to the studio in about 30 minutes and look to see!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:19 pm

No I don`t think it`s water based more like spirit.... Don`t drink it or sniff it.... Very Happy

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:23 pm

OH, Okay....makes sense......sorry, having a BLONDE moment this morning!

BTW, AWESOME tutorial!!!!!!! Basically you use them exactly as I use my watercolor pencils...so I get it! THANKS so MUCH!!!!!!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Sun Oct 26, 2008 1:56 pm

I am planning to try this in just a bit.....I am excited!!!!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Sun Oct 26, 2008 5:01 pm

Juhuuu!!!! can`t wait to see... Yeh!
Please post the result in here!!! Smile

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by rose1 on Sun Oct 26, 2008 8:35 pm

Jorunn wrote:No I don`t think it`s water based more like spirit.... Don`t drink it or sniff it.... Very Happy

ROFL!! dont blame you it stinks,this is the one I use thanks to you lol!! think it is spirit based I know its flammable so must be!
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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Mon Oct 27, 2008 5:07 pm

Jorunn wrote:Juhuuu!!!! can`t wait to see... Yeh!
Please post the result in here!!! Smile

Will do....but...I guess my pencils are packed....I can't find them in my stuff....and I know there about 6 more boxes to unpack yet so I bet that is where they are! DARN!!!!! Evil or Very Mad

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by hippy_chick on Mon Oct 27, 2008 7:28 pm

Thats way cool, tfs!!!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Helen on Mon Oct 27, 2008 8:39 pm

Great tutorial, Jorunn!! TFS! One question though (might be a stupid one, but I've never seen this before), when you use it after your Promarkers, do you do exactly the same thing as in the tutorial or do you just use the stump with the solvent on the Promarkers?
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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Mon Oct 27, 2008 8:43 pm

Not a stupid question at all, Helen! *hug*
I do the exact same thing, only I do it after I`ve colored it in with Promarkers, and I use prisma colors only where I want shadows on the image,... not the whole image like I did in the tutorial... Smile

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Helen on Mon Oct 27, 2008 9:00 pm

Ok, thanks for explaining Jorunn! Very Happy
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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jennifer Hodge on Tue Oct 28, 2008 4:33 am

Wow Jorunn what a great tutorial...I have to admit I am one of those people with Prismacolors that NEVER Embarassed use them! I just can't seem to get the right look....I tend to use my markers alot more....but duh, they are way more expensive too!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Tue Oct 28, 2008 8:23 am

Jennifer Hodge wrote:Wow Jorunn what a great tutorial...I have to admit I am one of those people with Prismacolors that NEVER Embarassed use them! I just can't seem to get the right look....I tend to use my markers alot more....but duh, they are way more expensive too!

Try combining them Jennifer, like I do with Promarkers and Prisma colors!! Wink
It`s to bad you have these wonderful pencils laying around, and never use them!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:31 am

Jennifer, just send me your pencils...LOL I hope this weekend I can get my boxes moved and find mine!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Fri Oct 31, 2008 12:37 am

I found my pencils and while I was out today I hunted down a solvent.....USA ladies-it is LOW ODOR Thinners @ Walmart!!!! Cheap too!!!! Smile Just tried it out and woohoo I can't wait to have time to play with this! ...THANKS so much for making me hunt my pencils down and try this!!!! Smile

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jennifer Hodge on Fri Oct 31, 2008 2:42 am

Wow Holly That sounds awesome. Can't wait to see what you create!

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Post by Holly on Fri Oct 31, 2008 12:05 pm

Jennifer Hodge wrote:Wow Holly That sounds awesome. Can't wait to see what you create!

I hope to get to really try this out and get serious about it next week or maybe on a DT project......LOL! Wink

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jorunn on Fri Oct 31, 2008 10:19 pm

Wohoo Holly!!!
Can`t wait to see!!!

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Holly on Wed Nov 12, 2008 11:53 am

Still haven't gotten to try this out but I am finishing up a Crop example today and maybe after that! Smile

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Cici510 on Thu Nov 13, 2008 12:53 am

I use the Mona Lisa brand from Hobby Lobby and love it. Prismacolors/OMS was the first coloring technique I learned when I first started stamping. It's my "first love" so to speak.

Talking about them makes me want to use them...I just might have to color something tonight! Very Happy

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Robin G on Thu Nov 13, 2008 2:02 pm

Big Help Jorunn! I don't know if my pencils are prisma (I have them in a pencil case now, out of original packaging)...I've had them awhile, and DH gave them to me. Will this still work? They look similar to your pencils, I bet they just aren't as high-quality.

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Re: Cloring with Prisma Color pencils

Post by Jennifer Hodge on Thu Nov 13, 2008 3:32 pm

Robin What I did was buy some normal coloring pencils and started buying my prismas singaly (sp). It may be the expensive way of doing it but at that point it is cheaper.

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