Step by Step – How to Color Multi-Colored Hair using Copics

Coloring Multi-Colored hair using Copic Markers

Step by Step – How to Color Multi-Colored Hair using Copics

Hello creative peeps! Today I have a super fun tutorial to share with you. I am showing you a Step by Step – How to Color Multi-Colored Hair using Copics. Just take a look at the bold bright, beautiful colors of this adorable little princess image. I know, you are dying to know where I got this image, right? Well, adorable image is Whisper Princess by Make it Crafty. I adore the stamps at Make it Crafty. If you have’t been over there yet you MUST go check them out. There’s so many styles, really something for everyone.

I lightened the opacity on the digi stamp so I can do the no line technique. If you were actually stamping an image you would want to use Memento Desert Sand Ink with your Copic Markers. I also used my favorite paper, Cryogen White. Check out this page if you aren’t too familiar with the no line technique.

Copic Marker List:

  • Skin – E13, E11, E00, E000, R30, R01
  • Eyes – E74, E43, N7, N3, N0
  • Dress- B97, B14, B12, B00, B000, B0000, N7
  • Hair – V09, V06, V05, RV17, RV14, YR07, YR04, Y17, Y13


Ok, here we go.. let’s start coloring. In each photo you will see a little difference along with the new color in each photo. So follow along and let’s create and Color Multi-Colored Hair using Copic Markers. You will notice I go back with the colors a bit to get the colors blending, since the shades are so different.






















I absolutely adore the way this entire image came out, from the hair to the pleats in the dress. If pleats are something that trouble you.. check out this How to Create Pleats using Copic Markers Tutorial.

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I hope you enjoyed my tutorial – How to Color Multi-Colored Hair using Copics! I can’t wait to see how you color any of the images from this book!! Use the Hashtag #TheCopicScoop and please tag me in a post, I would LOVE to see it!!

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This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Marjeta

    In one word – stunning. Gorgeous colouring. Thanks for joining us on Creative Moment Challenge.


  2. lis

    This is the best TT ever Thank you so much Craft Rocket Ch Lis

  3. Janis Lewis

    So beautiful! Thanks for linking up at Sunny Day Crafting.
    ~DT Janis

  4. Elaine

    A fab tutorial and super colours. Thanks for joining Aud Sentiments challenge. Elaine

  5. Barbara Washburn

    Your coloring is stunning! This is a very cute image to practice on. That is one of the few things I don’t get into much. Thanks for sharing at Craft Rocket Challenges. Barbara DT

  6. amy

    Stunning work!! Your coloring is amazing! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Gals Corner.

  7. jenn shurkus

    wow! wow! Wow! and you make it look so easy even i might be able to do it 😉 thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

  8. ana

    wow, I love how you do your hair. I have to try. Thank you very much for the tutorial. and thanks for sharing it with us in Colouring in Scrapland

  9. louise roache

    Thank you for sharing love the colours you used xx

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