Creating a Fuzzy Texture using Copics
Hello there my Copic pals! I’ve been working on some free digi stamps for My Creative Library. I added this cutie, ‘Fuzzy’ last week and already let my email subscribers I added him. You can download him and more when you sign up for my email subscription!
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So, I absolutely LOVE this little guy! I left little scribbles on the outline of him so he has that extra fuzzy look on top of creating a Fuzzy Texture using Copics . I used my favorite cardstock to color on, Cyrogen. When coloring this little guy, I don’t just start adding the fur (dots) I first color it solid.
Copics : E51, E33, E35
To make my Fuzzy Texture using Copics I started adding dots in the darkest areas first and gradually started bringing them out all over the bear. I applied little dots in this order.
Copics: E39, E74, E79, N7, N5, E35, E33, E51.
I decided to give Fuzzy a scenic look. So I created hills and clouds by coloring in the negative space (the sky) which gives the clouds more if a natural look and not so much like your typical “cloud”.
Grass – N7, G28, YG17, YG13, G20
Sky – B000, B21, B41, B00, B60, BG11, BG10, BG70, C00, C0, C2,
Balloon – Y0000, Y00, Y02, Y11, Y13
I embossed my sentiment which is from the adorable DayDream set from Newton’s Nook and to complete my image I added some glossy accents to my balloon. I think he came out so cute and there are so many things you can do with backgrounds. Which I will be including in my NEW Creating with Copics E-Course. So make sure you keep an eye out for any information!
Here are a few posts sharing some of the digis I have to offer in My Creative Library.