What’s the difference between no-line coloring and regular coloring?
Hi there crafty friends!
I’m sharing the difference between no-line coloring and regular coloring. Copic Coloring Techniques, of course. I’ve made 2 cards and I’m showing you how to color with regular Black Memento ink and Desert Sand Memento ink so you can get that no-line technique. I’m using these adorable little Bears from My Favorite Things called Beary Best Friends.
This is such a fun and different way to color and you really get different looks from both. I think the no line coloring looks a lot more “storybook” like. Be sure to check the bottom of the post for some of my favorite No-Line Coloring.
On the card above I have distressed my sky in the following Distress Oxide Colors; Chipped Sapphire, Worn Lipstick and Dried Marigold. The sentiment is embossed in White Embossing Powder and I added little stars in the sky with my White Gel Pen.
The Card above is distressed in the Following Distress Oxide Inks: Chipped Sapphire, Wilted Violet and Dried Marigold. Again, the sentiment is embossed in White Embossing Powder and added the stars using my white gel pen.
If you want to learn more about ink blending with distress oxide inks … Check out my other Distress Oxide Backgrounds, too!!
Check out the Video!
The Copic Markers I’m using in the video below are:
E44, E43, E42, E41, R32, R30, B99, B97, B95, V17, V15, V12, C4, C2, C0. I hope you enjoy my video on Copic Coloring Techniques.
Which way of coloring do you prefer? I really love the no-line .. check out some of my favorite no-line coloring cards.
Check out my Copic Resources Page for more Copic Information.
Supplies Used for my Copic Coloring Techniques Video:
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