Shading makes all the difference. I did not create this drawing for Inktober. It was just something I though of while I was traveling. It was done on 16″x20″ Bristol Board with Micron Pens and #2 pencil for shading. My drawing for Inktober is locate on my Drawing Page using the recommendation of the Pattern-collection group:
Today, I selected an easier design (The Spiral) for my “Art of Concentration” project. The rules for designing and coloring the drawing is simple:
The rules are:
- Draw black lines on a page. Circles, squares, squiggly lines, it does not matter.
- Color every other section.
- If you desire, use multiple colors. Sections of the same color can not touch.
Since the outline was simple, I decided to use some shading.
Created and colored by hand using Pigma Micron pen and Prismacolor pencils:
The outline created on the computer using Corel Draw:
The drawing colored in Corel Draw. I did not use Microsoft Paint today to color the drawing, because I like the gradient done in Corel Draw.
For a copy today drawing, The Spiral, click here. You may also for this and other drawings on the Coloring Page.