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How To Color With Crayola Twistable Pencils

Updated on March 7, 2012

Crayola Twistable Pencils

The Crayola Twistable pencils are an affordable artist pencil for all ages and they are great for sketching but even better for coloring in your drawings. There are thin lead Twistables and thick lead Crayola Twistables and the coloring tutorial below has been done with the thin and thicker lead pencils. When coloring with these twist pencils they provide a nice way of not having to use pencil sharpeners as you just twist to get more lead as you go along.

It's important to know that when coloring with pencils like these, having a basic understanding of how to color and blend with them is essential for you to have great results for your art. Of course that's only if you do art for professional reasons as kids may just like to explore and color and even sketch with them and the Crayola art range make it more easy on your budget.

Crayola Twistable Pencils

Twistable pencils from Crayola. Colored pencils for sketching and coloring.
Twistable pencils from Crayola. Colored pencils for sketching and coloring.

Review Of Crayola Twistables Video Demonstration

An earlier drawing video I did that explains in a simple review style about the Crayola Twistable pencils with a demonstration of another Demonic head ink drawing and the emphasis is on the blending style of red, orange and yellow and then blue and purple for the skin of the Demon creature.

Also look at the other two art videos which demonstrate the Twistable pencils coloring in a similar style further down the page.

Crayola Twistable Review Video

Red Crayola Twistable Pencil

Twistable pencils from Crayola. A red pencil.
Twistable pencils from Crayola. A red pencil.

Coloring With Crayola Twistables

I have prepared a coloring tutorial/demonstration with the wider lead twistables here as I color an ink demon head drawing and doing a lot of color blending along the way. A good idea though might be to have a mixture of thin and thick lead Twistables as the thin ones are excellent for fine coloring of smaller areas and then the larger lead pencils are best for the bigger design areas.

Originally I was going to do this as one full video but I separated it into two parts so that you yourself can approach it in two steps which might help you to think more about the colors and which ones may create a nice color. So watch the videos and see what colors you can blend with the Crayola Twistables.

Crayola Twistable Coloring Tutorial

Crayola Coloring Tutorial With The Twistables

Full Color Near Finished World Of Warcraft Drawing With Crayola Twistables

Crayola Twistables

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