Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

I’m so excited to share this Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo with you today. I’m using the digi stamp from Power Poppy called Fly Guy and I also have a step by step photo tutorial on how I colored this image using my Copic Markers. You can check it out over on the Power Poppy Blog.

My favorite part about coloring this image it the shadows and reflection under the water. You can see the reflection from the pants and the shadows from under the rocks. This was such a cool image to color. I really hope you head over to the Power Poppy Blog and check out the tutorial. This image also has a few other versatile sentiments, so you can make cards for many occasions using it.

Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

I printed my image on Copic Xpress it Blending Card. This is my favorite paper to use with Copic Markers. Check out my other Copic Marker Must Haves to see what to use with Copics.

Of course I used my colors than what I listed above, so here’s my full Copic Marker List of the colors I used.

E11, E13, E30, E31, E33, YG67, YG63, N2, N4, N6, N8, B0000, B00, BG15, BG75, B95, R22

Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

Want more Copic Marker Color Inspiration? Check out all of my Copic Marker Color Combos!

Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

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Fishing Scene Copic Marker Color Combo

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This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Jan Clothier

    What stunning colouring! Your watery scene shimmers and moves like real water – fantastic! I love the clean, crisp feel of your design too. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players this week.

  2. Mary Holshouser

    I didn’t see this as a regular stamp.
    My computer doesn’t want to print any
    of the digi files I’ve saved. My ‘puter-geek
    doesn’t know what is wrong or how to
    fix it. I’d love to make this card for
    my son – but I need a stamp. Just
    thought I’d double-check. thanks.
    The coloring is fantastic.

  3. Sue

    Oh wow your card is wonderful, my hubby would love this. Thanks for sharing with us today over at LPCF

  4. Jane

    Perfect card for a fishing loving fella, great colouring! Thanks for linking up and joining in with AAA Cards birthday celebrations

  5. Lesli

    I love your card – your colouring is amazing.

    I love the way you have a reflection of the fisherman in the water & the added string on teh carners really makes this card finished! Thank you for playing along with us at Papercraft Business Challenge. I do hope you come back adn show us more of your beautiful cards!

  6. Carol L

    Your coloring brought this scene to life! This is just fabulous and such a wonderful father’s day card for men who like to fish! Awesome card!

  7. Annie A.

    Oh my! Your coloring is amazing! What a perfect Father’s Day card and just stunning…can you say stunning for a masculine card? I think so! Thanks for sharing over at The Paper Players this week!

  8. Cheryl

    Gorgeous coloring! Love your scene and a perfect Father’s day card. Thanks for sharing at AAA Cards challenges.

  9. Nonni

    This one layer is absolutely stunning! Your coloring looks so amazing all this needs is this image, nothing more! Thanks for joining us at Less Is More!

  10. Ashley

    Hi Mindy! Your copic coloring is really great! I’ve never tried digi stamps so this was cool to see what the end product could look like.
    Thanks for joining us for another challenge at Papercraft Business! 🙂
    Ashley Wells @ Proud PB DT Member
    Join in on the fun with our Papercraft Business Challenges!

  11. Jessica Francisco

    Wow, Mindy! Your cards are always phenomenal. I absolutely love all of the depth you got with your copic coloring. So pretty!
    -Jess | Papercraft Business DT

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