It is no secret that I love colouring hair. It is one of my favourite things to do. That said, I am a little out of practice, so to rectify that I turned to one of my favourite stamp artists for awesome hair: Krista Smith and her fantastic Saturated Canary images. I need to get back into my hair “groove”, so bear with me, but I filmed the colouring process so you can check out a speed colouring video. I have also provided a Copic Marker Colour Palette in the post, so read on!
If you’d like to check out previous Saturated Canary creations/colouring, click HERE.
I coloured Feather Crown with a similarly “loose” style to my last card featuring Make it Crafty’s Aleisha. I say “loose” because it is a little looser than my usual style. 😉 I’m not thrilled with the hair, but I am fairly happy with the face and skin tones. Next time around I’d probably go a little deeper with the shading on the face.
I printed Feather Crown on my favourite Make it Colour Blending Card before colouring using Copic markers. Details on markers used are available below as a pinnable Copic Marker Colour Palette.
I framed Feather Crown using white pearlescent cardstock die cut with Spellbinders Grand Ovals and Grand Scalloped Ovals dies which I then coloured with a Copic Marker. I also coloured the card base with a Copic Marker followed by Wink of Stella Clear Glitter brush pen.
Copic Marker Colouring Video:
Copic Marker Colour Palette:
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