Thanks for the Daily Deviation and for all the favs, There are a lot to thank each one, but I'll answer all the comments, maybe it will take some time, but I'll answer.
Thank you n.n
That strong color is because of the pencils, I use Prismacolor, they're very bright and intense, but I usually mix them with a cheap brand, because the cheap ones don't have so much saturation and I can color subtle tones with them, opposed as with the prismacolor, is difficult to have very subtle tones with them.
I hope I helped you
thank you so much
i always thought i wasnt pressing very hard with the pencil crayons, and that's why i wasnt getting the color, but i am happy you told me my mistake was the pencil crayons and not me
i think you might want to know where i found your tutorial from - https://pencils.com/pages/shading-colored-pencils a link is at the very end leading to your tutorial, i just wanted to tell you this so you know haha
Also you could try puting the tip of your color on water if you want a strong color, like if you're using ink, on some colors it makes it to paint more intense color, but it will also make your pencils last less than they should, it doesn't work with all the pencils, but I used to do that sometimes before knowing about prismacolors n.n
oh, that works with watercolor pencil crayons haha i've tried that once, but im not that experienced, so the color is very inconsistent
i have colors of not that high quality so that explains it haha they're crayola