Use a special marker pad to prevent the ink from feathering or bleeding through to the next sheet of paper.
Evenly colour an entire area.
Before the ink dries, immediately colour up and back over the coloured field.
Gradually reduce the area you are colouring, until you are satisfied with the shading, i.e. the shift in colour from light to dark.
Remember that if you let each layer of ink dry before you continue, your shading will have distinct transitions.
Practice shading with Panduro Colour Markers! The alcohol-based markers have double, replaceable tips and are perfect for colouring. The ink is transparent, so it appears best on white paper. Shading involves changing the colour value from light to dark. This adds vitality to your pictures and creates beautiful transitions from one colour to another. Tip! Fill in the preprinted colour chart with all of your Panduro Colour Markers and their unique colour number for an overview of the colour and intensity of each marker. While the colour is displayed on the cap, it can never present the exact hue that is produced when drawing.