How to Color Black using Copic Markers
Today I’m going to share with you How to color Black using Copic Markers. Black is hard to color because as you’re coloring it’s so hard to loose the lines of your image and end up losing details in your image, so it’s always best to start adding a little color at a time.
This is a cute little digi stamp I have for you and you can download, Dot in My Creative Library. Woo Hoo!
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I printed out my Dot image onto my Copic Xpress Blending Paper. Alright, Let’s gather our Copic Markers – W9, W7, W5, W3, W1 and let’s get started!
Step by Step : How to Color Black using Copic Markers
- Clothes – W00, W1, W3, W5 W7, W9
- Skin – E0000, E000, E00, E11, E13, R22, R20
- Hair – E33, E35, E37, W7
- Ground – E0000, E30, E31, E33
- Grass – G97, YG67, YG93
I really love the way her hair came out. If you struggle with coloring hair you should check out this How to Color Hair Tutorial using Copic Markers. I also have a Copic Marker Tutorial on How to color Grass using Copic Markers, if you want to check out that tutorial, too!
So, I really hope you have enjoyed my How to Color Black using Copic Markers Step by Step tutorial. Join My Creative Library so you can download the image and give it a try, too.
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