Here's some additional info on the Colorless Blender. We have it available in CIAO or SKETCH. The main difference is your preference in NIB.
With the colorless blender, we expect blending, but it really does the following best:
- Lightens Color
- Pushes color
- Fades color to white
- Great for Special Effects
- Blends Colors
- Fade to white by pushing colors
- Start with an area that you’ve only colored the edges. Make sure you have good scratch paper under your work for this technique.
- Color from the lightest spot, out towards the edges. Don’t stop in the middle or it will give you ugly lines/streaks. Use a lot of blender, so it’s really juicy and is shoving that color around very strongly.
- Color almost to the edge, but not over. Remember, your color is getting pushed in front of your blender, so if you color up to the line it will go over. Also note how dark the color is around the edge. This is at least 1 or 2 shades darker than my original color, so try this technique with lighter colors until you get an idea of how it will react. If you need it lighter then let it dry and repeat.
- If you want a nice subtle shadow that fades out from your image then try the same thing, only use a lot less blender and a much lighter touch.
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