Using Chalkola Chalk Markers on a Ceramic Plate

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Ivor “Harry” Harrison was very excited to receive Chalkola chalk markers to test and review.  He and his children had a lot of fun being creative with the markers.

Supplies Required:

All you need is a:
  • Chalkola chalk markers
  • Ceramic dinner plate
Harry made a colorful sunflower on a dinner plate to demonstrate the vibrant colors of Chalkola chalk markers and how easy they are to use.  Ceramics and other non porous surfaces are ideal for these markers. The Art Gear Guide The Art Gear Guide is Harry’s website where you can find reviews on all sorts of art supplies.  He has fun testing art items but most of all, he enjoys giving honest reviews so that artists won’t waste money on supplies that don’t suit their purposes. ceramic dinner plate A ceramic dinner plate makes a perfect non porous surface with which to test Chalkola chalk markers. brown marker Harry starts with the brown marker for the center of his sunflower.  The ink glides on effortlessly. yellow marker Next, he selects a yellow marker for the petals.  The colors are so vivid against the white background. petals Once the petals are filled in the sunflower begins to take shape.  Harry is not finished with his creation yet, though. orange petals Adding some orange petals makes an attractive contrast. yellow petals He uses the orange marker to add some texture and details to the yellow petals. flower’s center The yellow marker comes out again to add detail to the flower’s center. beautiful sunflower When he is finished, Harry has a bright and beautiful sunflower covering his ceramic plate.  He liked the ease of using the markers and particularly liked that fact that they did not leave blots as some other brands do.  It was easy to do some finely detailed work like adding texture to the petals with Chalkola chalk markers.   Also read – Adult Coloring With Chalkola Chalk Markers

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