Scratchboard, Watercolor, Pyrography & Colored Pencil
Pyrography, or Wood Burning is the burning on of the dark details to create a picture. Different techniques allow for tonal variations giving them great depth.
Watercolor is when you push water around on an absorbent piece of paper with a brush loaded with paint pigment, which can sometimes have a mind of its own.
Scratchboard is like drawing, but in “reverse”. Instead of black lead to white paper, black ink is scratched off a board to expose white giving ultimate detail.