Creating Texture, Shadowing with Browns and fixing Mistakes with your Copics
Hi there friends, I have a new video to share with you for Neat and Tangled. Today I’m sharing how to Create Textures using your Copic Markers and how to color a smooth area. I’m also going to share how to shadow using browns and how to fix those pesky little mistakes when you go outside the lines.
Here’s the Copic Color Combos I’m using on my fox.
YR12, YR14, E23, E33, E31, E30, R32, R30, E74
Getting a Deeper Shadow with your Copics
When I color I like to try to get that really deep dark to light contrast, but sometimes it’s hard to get it with certain colors. For example, B91, B93, B95, B97, B99 goes from light to very dark so it’s possible to get that dark to light look with just that color combo.
Most of the time I need to add a darker grey, N5 or N7, to get that darker contrast to color combos. But, with oranges and pinks when you add that grey it changes the shade. So you need to use a brown to get that deeper shadow to oranges and browns. That’s what I’m sharing with you today!
Here’s my video on Creating Texture, Shadowing with Browns and fixing Mistakes with your Copics. I hope you find it helpful!
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