Draw the outlines with a thin, water-based pen and let dry.
For even results, colour the different areas consecutively. For a deeper, darker shade, colour the area several times.
Start with the lightest colour and then continue with darker colours to create soft transitions.
Use the wide angled tip (called a chisel tip) to colour larger areas or create broader strokes.
Use the thin, fine tip for details.
Create incredible drawings and illustrations with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based markers have double, replaceable tips and are perfect for colouring. When you use the fine tip and hold the pen upright, you will produce the thinnest possible line, while angling the pen will produce a thicker line. Because the ink is transparent, you can create soft transitions from one shade to another and use layering to deepen the colour. The more layers you add, the darker the colour will be. Always use alcohol-based markers on a special marker pad to prevent the ink from feathering or bleeding through the paper.