AUTOPLAY
Crayons
6 steps
What you’ll need
1 sheet of white paper
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Paper Towel (optional)
Crayons
1 tbsp
Baby Oil (optional)
Q Tips (optional)
Assorted Small Objects / Shapes
Rubbing: find textured objects that you can press paper to and capture its texture with crayon.
1. Rubbing: find textured objects that you can press paper to and capture its texture with crayon.
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Outlining: apply pressure with crayon and follow line on coloring sheet to accent objects with color
2. Outlining: apply pressure with crayon and follow line on coloring sheet to accent objects with color
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Pressure: vary the pressure of the crayon on the paper to create effects, value, and shading.
3. Pressure: vary the pressure of the crayon on the paper to create effects, value, and shading.
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Contour Shading: color following the contour/shape of the object that you are coloring.
4. Contour Shading: color following the contour/shape of the object that you are coloring.
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Layering: layer colors of crayons to create deeper dimensions and nuance of color.
5. Layering: layer colors of crayons to create deeper dimensions and nuance of color.
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Baby Oil + Q-Tip: use a q tip dipped in baby oil to spread the crayon and lightly dilute it.
6. Baby Oil + Q-Tip: use a q tip dipped in baby oil to spread the crayon and lightly dilute it.
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