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How to Color Skin with Colored Pencils
Coloring skin is a pretty challenging task for those who are learning to draw. Different people have different skin colors.[...]
How to Transfer a Zentangle Design on Polymer Clay and Make a Pendant
The possibilities of what you can do with art and how you can take it to the next level are[...]
7 Reasons Adult Coloring Books Are Great for Your Mental, Emotional and Intellectual Health
When HuffPost's Dr. Nikki Martinez, Psy.D., LCPC writes up about the benefits of adult coloring, we sit up tall and[...]
How to Draw and Shade Hands with Graphite Pencils
A person's hands speak a lot about their age, personality and even their lifestyle. When it comes to judging a[...]
The Way You Hold Your Coloring Pens Says A Lot About Your Personality
You’ve probably noticed the way you grab your pen or coloring pencils when you are nervous, stressed or frustrated with something.[...]
Grown Up Coloring Book Easter Bonanza
Woohoo!  Congratulations to the Grown Up Coloring Book Easter Bonanza troops for helping Inkovator host another fantastic online event for[...]
How to Draw a Natural Looking Eye with Graphite Pencils
You may have drawn an eye with graphite pencils. But can you draw an eye that looks as good as[...]
How I’m Controlling My Depression & Anxiety – A Fan’s Point Of View
MsCreepyX has been a fan of coloring books for a while now and she recently reached out to Inkovator with[...]
How to Draw Realistic Hair with Colored Pencils
Do you use color pencils to draw? If yes, you would certainly like to learn how to draw realistic hair.[...]
How to Draw the Zentangle Pattern ‘Crease’
Do you like drawing beautiful, repetitive patterns? If you don't know, this type of drawing is derived from Zentangle Art.[...]
How to Color Skin Using Copic Markers and Colored Pencils
Do you like playing with colored pencils? If yes, you may have seen or watched artists creating beautiful skin tones[...]
Mom’s Back-to-school with Kawaii Primer
There's nothing like a crisp, fresh start to a new school year. New clothes!  New notebooks!  New pens!  New friends![...]
How to Draw a Double Exposure Portrait Using Colored Pencils
Do you like double exposure portraits? If you like them just too much, what about drawing one yourself – using[...]
Men Who Love Adult Coloring Part 2
What happens when you give a man a coloring book?  Turns out, it's pretty cool.  At least that's what I[...]
3 Surprising Ways to Add Watercolor to Your Bullet Journal
If you follow Inkovator you know we are very impressed by Erin, the Petit Planner.Why?She's the real deal. Focussed, spot[...]
How to Add Watercolor to Your Zentangle Drawings
Here's a cool pasttime catching the hearts of 8 year olds and 80 year olds. Zentangle drawings. I have to[...]
Delightful Magnetic Coloring Tutorial - DIY Here at Inkovator we have mad respect for the artist over at Vintage Coloring.  That Heidi has a heart of gold and one helluva creative mind. That's why we love to hang out over on her blog.  The stuff there is simply classic. Here's a simple coloring tutorial, one you can use to make for yourself or even better:  as a gift! Read More >
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Sarah Renae Clark's Ultimate List of (Legit) Free Coloring Pages
Sarah's a beast and she's outdone herself this time.  Not shying away from the mamoth task of contacting virtually every coloring book artist wide and far, she combed the net and compiled this comprehensive list.
There are many reasons we love Sarah.
And with this list?  We know you'll love her, too.
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Make Money From Home Easy & Safe: Just Avoid These Scams!
It's the sweetest thing to get paid for your creative passions.  Inkovator stands 100% behind the principle.
That's why it hurts so much when friends and colleagues hop on the bandwagon without understanding the real dangers.
We asked the folks at Marketer's Advantage to give us the nitty-gritty top 3 danger warnings when it comes to making cash from home based craft businesses.
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