These are beautiful. I'm inspired, off to buy s colouring book this weekend 😊
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13-08-2015 19:32 #31
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13-08-2015 19:52 #32
If you haven't already, check out Chameleon Pens, the things those pens can do are amazing!
There's a video too
13-08-2015 19:59 #33
13-08-2015 20:05 #34
I got a book a while ago, but after 2 pages I realised that my pencils weren't cutting it. I haven't had a chance to get any new ones, so haven't done any for awhile. Might take some tips on better pencils/pens.
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13-08-2015 20:18 #37
Omg I've found my people!!!!! I've been printing pages off the Internet but now that I've found that you can get the books in kmart, target and big w I am going to invest in some. I haven't been able to do any lately as I need to find my sharpener for my Derwent pencils.
I'm hoping to get some Faber castel felt tip connectors to try out as well.
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13-08-2015 21:34 #38
and ... along the same lines, yesterday I bought DD a little spirograph thingo. its so cute and she loves it.
but it makes beautiful patterns to colour in.
then I went on ebay today - and found that you can buy the plastic rule type ones for really cheap
super easy to use and make beautiful patterns
14-08-2015 02:28 #39
I've got heaps of these colouring in books. Have finished a few pictures but have no idea how to upload a picture? Love the black background a bit cool!
I have some basic textas and gel pens but have some decent colouring pencils. Just seen those Chamilion colouring pens would love them but they are so expensive.
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14-08-2015 06:00 #40
I've always used either Faber Castell connector pens or the Staedtler fine liners - seriously these are a must have for the mandalas! Will upload pics when I can
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