Create Fire and Ice Roses with Copic Markers
I’m so excited to to show you today’s tutorial. Coloring fors can be challenging but lots of fun! Today I’m going to show you How to create Fire and Ice Roses using Copic Markers. These gorgeous stamps are from a company called Power Poppy Stamps. I LOVE so many of the styles, they are so detailed though, this took me probably a total 3-4 hours straight to color. I had to break it up it took me over a little over a day to finish.
I made a little tutorial on coloring one of the petals, showing how exactly I lay the color down. If I would have done step by step for the entire image it would have been a couple hundred photos. Here’s a few tips to remember when coloring roses:
- The part of the petal that is coming out of the center of the rose is going to be darker.
- The edges are going to be the lightest.
- If there’s part of the petal that is folded, the part under is going to be darker.
I used my Cryogen White paper of course. The Copic Marker colors I’ve used for this image are:
- Flowers – R000, R20, R22, Y21, YR0000
- Stems and Leaves – YG91, YG93, YG95, YG97
- Rusted Silver Tin Cup – N0, N1, E93, E99, E17
- Polka Dot Cup – N0, N1, N3, N5, C00, Y21, Y28, YR0000,
- Shadows on ground – W00, W1, W3, W5
- Background – BG0000
Notice how the little tears and creases at the tip of the flower petals are darkened a little with the R22. It really gives a lot of detail and dimension to the Roses using Copic Markers. This image was seriously so much fun to color! The sentiment is one of my favorites and it’s from Technique Tuesday.
If you’re not familiar with the no line coloring, you should check out my No Line Coloring Blog Post! I have some great tips and link to a few different tutorials, too!
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