How do you get it so clean? Is this the traditional way where you color the paper with "crayons", paint over with paint, then scratch off the paint? I'm trying to do scratch art for my science students as a lab. BTW this is AWESOME~! <3
what i do is sketch whatever i want to do the scratch art of on a separate sheet of paper (with pencil) and then color the back of that paper with the pencil. trace over my sketch with a pen, causing a clean transfer of the drawing onto the scratch art sheet. this will make the art look nice and clean. i plan to do a tutorial of this process in the future too.
i know we have nothing here D: not even copics or shrinky or sculpey clay i had to get this all get shipped (except copics) maybe i can look for it online but the prices are incredible when they come from US
ya...but they'll be expensive just about anywhere i think...the best place i found copics online was here~ [link] amazon has some pretty good deals every once in a while so it's worth while to stalk them too lol
i ordered my copics form a giant artstore ont he other end of germany lol the shipping price is not low but for above 50 euro its free. im glad i could get all the colors before they got more expensive in this year. couldnt get all at once so i had 172 B and then 172A and the new colors in the 32 pack in the end. i didnt even know there was scratch art paper withoutpictures, so i think i gotta look for some in german internetsites. so your background was in rainbowcolors already?