No Line Copic Coloring with Newton’s Nook Designs
It’s time for another card for my Guest Spot over at Newton’s Nook Designs. Today I’m sharing some No Line Copic Coloring with Newton’s Nook stamp set, Newton’s Perfect Wave. I stamped my little Newton in Memento Desert Sand so I can get that no line look. I used my Mini Misti so I can get that perfect stamped image. Many people ask what paper to use when Copic coloring and my absolute favorite is Copic Xpress it Blending Card. I colored him up with my Copic Markers and used my distress oxide inks to create the background.
Here are the color combos I used:
Newton – N0, N1, N3, N5, R32, R30
Surf Board and shorts – Y35, Y02, Y11, BG11, BG13, B12, B00
Distress Oxide Colors – Peacock Feathers, Dried Marigold and Squeezed Lemonade.
I did some fussy cutting here — Check out my one tip when fussy cutting!
To create the waves with my distress oxides I sponged my inks using the Picket Fence Studios Life-Changing Brushes and really focused on the amount of pressure I was adding to the brush so I only used the Peacock feathers, but still got the lighter color. To get the shape of the waves I just used a piece of trimmed scrap paper. The white gel pen REALLY gives the perfect touch to the splash in the wave.
I have a video to share with you on how I colored adorable Newton Surfing. Check it out below — I hope you will subscribe to my channel for more Copic Videos and card techniques.
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