I love the variety of pens included in the November kit...opaque, glaze, metallic. These different finishes add great interest & dimension to the gorgeous art coloring pages by Catherine Scanlon.
Here's a look at how I layered the pens with the watercolors on a project.
First, I did a light wash of horizontally-striped color across the entire page; blues, greens, purples, and metallic neutrals.
Next up, the white souffle pen, love this thing! It goes on clear, and turns a great opaque white when it dries.
Outline with black to make the flowers pop.
Add detailing with the glaze pen - love that these pens look "wet" and glossy even when dry.
Finish off with metallic centers for the flowers.
Add a quote.
I edged the page in silver watercolor, and can't wait to frame it for my craft space.
Like others on the DT have said, these coloring pages are a joy to work with, very therapeutic & so fun to customize. Can't wait to see all the different ways YOU make these pages your own, so don't forget to show them off by linking here or on facebook!