Adult coloring includes many types and styles. You’re probably familiar with the norm, which in my mind is the line design variety. But do you know what grayscale is?
(I have nothing against the line design variety, by the way. I actually love them and plan on creating some in the future. But more about grayscale for now.)
You may or may not have heard of grayscale but in terms of how a photograph looks, grayscale is basically another way of saying a color photo has been changed to monochrome or black and white.
Grayscale is just what it says, it’s a scale or range of grays from light to dark.
According to Dictionary.com, gray scale is:
a scale of achromatic colors having several, usually ten, equal gradations ranging from white to black, used in television and photography.”
[gray scale. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged. Retrieved October 2016 from Dictionary.com website http://www.dictionary.com/browse/gray–scale]
When we think in terms of grayscale coloring, an image has usually been converted from color to black and white and toned down for easier coloring as in the examples below:
Now that you understand a bit more about what grayscale is, let’s take a look at what grayscale coloring is at this LINK.
Here’s to more coloring!
P.S. Have you ever heard of or tried grayscale coloring? Let us know in the comments below. If you haven’t, get more info HERE.