This is a lovely blue stone with a soft translucence and a random looking pattern of lighter colored intersecting lines.
It is a great doodle gem if you only have a few colored pencils! The example in the video was done with Prismacolor but I have figured out what colors you would want to try if you only have Crayola. I love how with simple materials we can have a whole collection of stones from around the world!
Please check out the video, try out the stone and the doodle then let me know what you thought of the lesson. I'd love to hear what you think would make my videos better. :)
White smooth cardstock:
I'm using Neenah Solar White 110 LB Cardstock, but, any smooth white (NOT GLOSSY) card or paper will do. The heavier the paper the more abuse it can take. :)
Black non smudging ink pen. I'm using Sakura Pigma Micron 05 Black ink
White Gel roller pen. I"m Using my favorite: Uniball Signo White UM-153
I'm using Prismacolor: Indigo, Aquamarine, True Blue, Light Cerulean Blue, White and a Colorless Blender.
If you only have Crayola try these colors: Navy, Turquoise, Sky Blue, Light Blue and White
The most important things you need to be successful with any of my doodle gems projects are the willingness to learn and to be easy on yourself as you are learning. We tend to be our worst critics and we need to learn to be kind to ourselves.
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