Beautifully Unique COPIC Marker Coloring!!

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Introduction: Beautifully Unique COPIC Marker Coloring!!

About: I'm a country girl, I Love crafts...art, sewing, knitting, crocheting, experimenting, cooking, pottery, ... the list never ends.

Copic coloring is very fun! but it's hard to find good tutorials for learning to color with them.

Here is a simple step by step Instructable introduction on coloring.

other brands of markers can be used but copics are my favorite.

Step 1: Supplies You Will Need

WARNING

Do not hold the marker in one place for more than a few seconds or the ink will run.

Step 2: Shading the Skin

I start with shading the skin using YR000.

Mark lightly around the edges, for example, under the hair.

Step 3: Color the Skin

Using R000 color in the rest of the skin.

Step 4: Hair !

Find where you want the shine on the hair then start with the lightest color of brown to second to darkest. Use the darkest brown underneath neck, chin and in the shade.

Pictures are in order and can be used while coloring.

Step 5: Shading Clothes

Using marker C-2 or a light gray shade underarms and areas you want to be darker( as shown in pictures).

Step 6: Coloring the Clothes

Pick the color you want the clothes, lightly color over then do it a second time if necessary

Step 7: Coloring Eyes, Rose and Blush

Start with lightest to darkest then color a light layer over the top with the lightest color to blend colors together.

To add blush find the lightest pink, mark a light line under the eyes, then blend the colors together by using skin color over top.

Step 8: Your Beautifully Unique Picture Is Complete!

If you have any questions or comments I will be very happy to help you.

Enjoy and have fun!!!

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    5 Comments

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    Lacubanita
    Lacubanita

    6 years ago

    Very talented young artist. <3

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    Jasmin D
    Jasmin D

    6 years ago

    your welcome and thank you!

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    Jasmin D
    Jasmin D

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Awesome!

    Upload a picture when you're done, I can't wait to see it! [:D=