4 Key Tools for Successful Colored Pencil Drawings

Choosing the right materials for your classroom can be overwhelming. There are so many decisions to make. Watch the video to see exactly what you need to get the best colored pencil work out of your students no matter your budget.

1 year ago

Tim is a high school teacher from Omaha, NE. His teaching and writing focus on the development of creativity, problem-solving, and higher-order thinking skills.


  • BossySnowAngel

    You left one out. If you reach the point where the pigment has filled up the tooth of the drawing surface you can spray WORKABLE fixative on top and add an additional layer of details. You won’t be able to mix the layer underneath the fixative, but this additional layer of tooth allows for more reflections, more surface details.