Read on to see a Copic coloured image from The Greeting Farm and to get a full Copic Colour Palette to go with it!
I don’t have a card to share with you today, but I do have some colouring. Since Sandy Allnock posted about colouring ethnic skin tones along with a fun chart with Copic combo suggestions, I have been feeling inspired to be brave and explore colouring different skin tones. It has been quite a while since I coloured anything other than a Caucasian skin tone, purely out of laziness since I hadn’t been happy with the results from my few attempts. Time to address that!
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If you enjoy colouring with Copic markers, or are just getting started with them, make sure you check out all my posts featuring Copic Marker Colour Palettes! I hope you find them useful and inspiring.
The Greeting Farm Charlotte Chic Image:
I’m not entirely happy with how she turned out, but it’s a start!
The stamp I used today is The Greeting Farm – WS Charlotte Chic.
I stamped this image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Make it Colour Blending Card (my favourite for colouring with Copic and other alcohol based markers).
Copic Marker Colour Palette:
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