Vintage Frog

Now, I've had experience painting, and some rudimentary experience in using colouring pencils, but after this (and more so-called paint swatch exercises), I can say I actually know how to properly colour with colouring pencils! It was a truly liberating experience. Like did you know that (like paints) there are opaque and translucent pencils? And who'd have thought there was an actual use for the colour white??? (For those who have no idea what I'm blabbering on about, you colour in layers. First you add your base colour, and if you want it to look vibrant, you add a coat of an opaque colour like white. Then if you colour on top of that, the colour will be more vibrant. You can repeat this step numerous times for enhanced brightness.)