How Many X's would YOU Color an Image?


So . . . you are learning to use your Copic Markers. How many times would you color the SAME image? Once? Twice? Five times? I think I lost track! but I improved.


I finally completed one!!! The image is from Mo's Digital Pencil. I love the image and it was perfect for practicing. The paper is "Stitched Floral" from the Paper Studio. The ribbon is also from Hobby Lobby.
I really need to watch some videos that show how to do faces. Do you know of a great tutorial that would help? Leave me a link in the comments. 

Hope you have time scheduled to stamp this week! ~ Rhonda

7 comments:

  1. Hey Rhonda, so glad you're part of the Papertrey Peeps. I too am a Copic novice; you're doing a wonderful job!

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  2. Rhonda, they look great to me!! I don't know any videos off the top of my head but if I find some I will be sure and let you know!! :)

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  3. Rhonda, I think you are doing a great job! And your image is adorable. For me Copics have been pretty much trial and error. I am so new that I don't have any helpful hints. Lauren Meador did a lot of people images and her faces always looked great. She did a video, last year I think, that might be helpful. I don't know the date but you might want to browse her blog.

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  4. This is SO pretty! Love the colors you used... :)

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  5. this looks great! getting used to the copics definitely takes some practice. check marianne walker's blog (http://www.ilikemarkers.blogspot.com/) for some great tutorials on coloring. she has a lot on blending and shading and light sources.

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  6. I think you have done a wonderful job here! I'm a copic nothing :0) - haven't even hit novice stage yet, so it's all still a bit of an enigma!

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  7. copics are so fun. I didn't like coloring until I started using mine. Great job and keep up the good work.

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