Firstly, a big thank you to all of you who left such lovely comments on my first Copic colouring video on Sunday! Hugely appreciated.
In future, I will try and add audio, but for now I have a couple more videos to share featuring the same image. These were all shot in December, so please bear with me on the audio! In the meantime, the Copic colours used are captioned at each stage, and the videos are available in HD so you can get a clear view of how I colour.
This second video shows how I coloured the hair on Mo Manning's "Kissy" for my Thanks Bunches card. As a little bonus, you can also see how I coloured the crown.
As you will see, this time I used my mid-tone first, rather than colouring from dark to light. My starting colour very much depends on the colours I'm using, and the effect I want to achieve - in this case I wanted a soft look, with some texture and depth.
The completed image:
You can find the Mo Manning Kissy rubber stamp from Stamping Bella here in the UK at Quixotic Paperie!
Cardstock used is Neenah Classic Crest Solar White Super Smooth.
If you have any questions at all, feel free to ask away in the comments section here and I will do my best to answer them! I hope you enjoy the video and find it useful – if you do, I’d love to hear from you.
This is the Design Team blog for UK online store Quixotic Paperie.
- Colouring on Kraft with Prismacolor pencils step by step - Judy Laing
- Colouring on Kraft with Prismacolor pencils video - Annika Ryan
- Copic Video - Cloudy Sky - Annika Ryan
- Copic Video - Facial Features - Annika Ryan
- Copic Video - Hair #1 - Elaine Hughes
- Copic Video - Skintones #1 - Elaine Hughes
- Copics - Blonde Hair - Mary J.
- Technique - Masking - Mary J
- Technique - Sew-Easy Circles - Kim Dellow
- Technique - Shabby Chic Tag - Kim Dellow
- Technique - Vintage Card - Kim Dellow
- Tips - Sew-Easy Tool - Mary J.
- Tutorial - Grungepaper Roses - Judy Laing
- Tutorial - Mini Book - Kim Dellow
- Tutorial - Pencils and Notebook Gift Set - Kim Costello
- Tutorial - Rolled Flowers - Mary J.
- Tutorial - Scrap Flowers - Kim Dellow