If you haven’t done so you might wish to try your coloring methods on a new hobby called coloring for adults. Its prevalence began out as a way of occupying your idle time while traveling or waiting your turn for an appointment at the doctor’s or dentist’s office.
This new craze has gone beyond its use for doodling or a kind of activity for comfort, or an activity for the elderly. Hobbyists are finding this to be a fun activity and are using their finished art pieces in craft projects.
People who are considering art or find that they have a potential or interest in learning how to draw and color discover this new hobby interest is helping and building their confidence to progress their art training.
The first book we purchased had 39 pictures of mandala drawings. A small box of basic coloring pens started our experience. We worked together with the primary colors of red, orange, blue, green, purple. Black, white, and some different tints which were in the small box. The initial starting stage began with the techniques of our elementary school years. The instructions included the color wheel that we began paying attention to after getting bored with the basic colors.
The simple act of coloring is the start of gaining tinting knowledge with personal experiences of school day memories and trial and error. As you follow tips for warm and cool colors one begins to understand how colors provide contrast or compliment each other. The psychological side benefits of tranquility and immediate rewards encourage learning.
The mandala drawings, which are circles full of geometric patterns, alter their look with selected colors. There may be three of you coloring and every one of you will have a different kaleidoscopic view because of the color choices made by each individual.
If you are anything like me, I started downloading free examples provided by artists located Online.
Clean and dry
Purchase coloring books
Download from the Internet
Create your own Animal Removal or drawings
No added accessories or equipment
there are various sizes of boxed colored pens available. We started with a small box and learned how to mix colors to boost tint variety. Later we bought larger boxes to get more variety, but still found that we like mixing colours to get the hue that is just right for the job.
Coloring is a fun hobby; attempt it, you might like it.