Practicing quick sketches of faces today from face expression book.
From left to right, top to bottom
Caran D'ache Supra colored pencil (watersoluable)
Caran D'ache Pablo olive yellow
Both of these are very soft and good for sketching.
Prisma Verithin black
Prisma Col-Erase Tuscan red
I particularly like them being sharp and pointed for a long long time. Good details.
Koh I Noor Progresso red colored pencil woodless - amazing rich colors and as soft as prisma really.
Caran D'ache metallic blue neocolor I crayon - high coverage though less details
Left one is Derwent watercolor pencil and right one is Derwent Inktense pencil. Ok on textured surface.
Walnut ink for the first three and the last one, I had an idea to mix Derivian sepia liquid pencil with Bombay India ink blue. It looks decent.
This one is portraying a dancer from Wonder Girls here.
Prismcolor pencil and Caran D'ache metallic neocolor I on fabriano artist journal 7x9 inch
I was testing my Koh I Noor Progresso colored pencils woodless once more on black and the more I use it, the more I like it. It covers the black so well.
Classic Cachet 5x7 inch black sketchbook
Right lion has Uniball white gel pen.
Then on the next page, some more tests. The first baby elephant has white fur on its body as outline and this Koh I Noor colored pencil is so opaque it could cover it after 2 more layers. It's not perfect blend but one could see the possibilities.