Coloring and Painting with Chalkola Chalk Markers

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Francesca (Frankekka Art) is a talented Italian artist who offers YouTube tutorials on step by step drawings and coloring tips and also does reviews and illustrations.  She really enjoyed reviewing Chalkola Chalk markers.  In this demonstration you’ll learn a technique that allows you to paint with Chalkola Premium Wet Wipe markers on a different type of surface.

Supplies Required:

All you need is a:
  • Chalkola chalk markers
  • Doodle paper
  • Paint brush
Francesca showed her viewers some interesting things using Chalkola chalk markers on her doodles. Platinum series markers She was excited to receive the 8 Platinum series markers, the 6 metallic markers and the 10 regular bullet-nib premium wet wipe markers. jumbo markers She likes the 15mm broad tip of the jumbo markers. regular sized markers The bullet tips of the regular sized markers will be ideal for coloring. reverse the nib Or she can reverse the nib and use the chisel tip! metallic markers Next she inspects the metallic markers that need no preparation; she can use them straight out of the box. bullet tip The metallic markers have a bullet tip that is quite versatile. pressing the tip She prepares the first marker by shaking it vigorously and pressing the tip up and down to draw the ink from the barrel into the nib. Glass Glass is a perfect surface for Chalkola chalk markers. Cleanup Cleanup is so easy with just a few swipes of a damp cloth! draw Francesca uses thick pastel paper to draw some doodles and a permanent marker to outline her work.  Chalkola chalk marker can be used on any surface but can only be easily wiped from non porous materials. Chalkola colors She finds the Chalkola colors very opaque, providing great coverage.  The color even covers up the permanent marker. blue pastel background All the colors Francesca has used are bright and beautiful, even on the blue pastel background. Totoro with Chalkola chalk markers Next Francesca starts to work on a Totoro she has drawn.  A Totoro is a character from Japanese lore, a forest spirit that guards the oldest tree in a forest.  She colors the Totoro with Chalkola chalk markers then paints over the color with a wet brush. Blending the colors Using the brush to soften the lines and colors of the chalk markers, she puts the finishing touches on her Totoro.  Blending the colors of the chalk markers with the paint brush produced a soft, beautiful effect that makes the creature very lifelike. type of art Chalkola’s vivid colors complement any type of art on any type of surface. Francesca enjoyed her experience with Chalkola chalk markers and showed her audience that they are very adaptable to different techniques.  There are so many ways to create beauty with Chalkola chalk markers!   Also read – Simple, Affordable Décor with Chalkola Chalk Markers

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