After making our “Battle of the White Colored Pencils” video, Steve and I were so intrigued by the fact that not all “white” colored pencils look white when used on black coloring paper. In fact, some of them look gray.
With that in mind, Steve challenged me to color a full coloring page using only white colored pencils. So I grabbed my Mandala Bliss, Volume 5 coloring book printed on our awesome black paper and gave it a shot!
I was pleasantly surprised at just how much contrast I could get! Not only could I get light and dark contrast (due to the opaque or translucent nature of the different white pencils), but I was also able to get warm and cool contrast as well! It’s not super noticeable, but some pencils lean warm and others lean cool.
Colored Pencils Used
- Dixon Phano China Marker White 92
- Jane Davenport Magic Wand Pencils Unicorn
- Crayola Signature White
- Mitsubishi Uni Posca Pencil White
- Derwent Drawing Chinese White 7200
- Prismacolor Col-Erase White 20055
- Faber-Castell Classic Colour 301
Other Products Used
Learn how to color with white colored pencils in our “Exploring White Colored Pencils” video series! You will be amazed at just how much you can do with these versatile tools. In fact, I call them my “Magic Wands.”
Color Along Videos
Another unique way to learn how to color is through our real-time color-along videos. Join Jennifer as she colors a coloring page from start-to-finish. See her entire coloring process as well as learn some fun tips and tricks along the way.
- Real-Time Coloring Videos
- Start-to-Finish Coloring Page
- Follow Along with Jennifer
- Learn Many Tips & Tricks
- Coloring Page Included