Hair: 100, N5, 7
Clothes: N3, 5, 7, RV14, 17, 69, W7
Broom: E35, 59, Y11, YR21
Background: 100, N7, RV10, 11, 13 + Copic Multiliner
Moon: N1, Y000, 00
Ground: N1, 5
Hi Everyone, it's Faye here today :)
I absolutely adore the Dandy Lion range of stamps from Stamping Bella, so decided I would play with Rainbow Dandy Lion today. He's such a cute little chap. I've been colouring a lot of Halloween and autumnal projects recently, so it was nice to step away from the rich reds, ornages, purples and greens and work with something a little softer.
You can watch me colour this image by clicking on the You Tube Logo...
Hello everyone! It's Delphine here today to share some colouring inspiration. I thought I would focus on the colouring of an image without a background for once - I did have beginners in mind when I picked my image, thinking how important it is to focus on the image and mastering a few techniques before creating backgrounds. I also wanted to show how you can limit the number of markers you need - just by changing one colour in a combo and applying a different quantity of colour :) And so, today's image uses 8 markers only.
I chose a Halloween stamp from the "Des bonbons ou un Sort" set, a set made by a French store named Toutencolle. I find this Halloween cat super cute - and a great opportunity to show how to colour black and grey. To me, buying a set of grey markers is very important when you start - Cs or Ws, Ts or Ns if you have Sketch markers. No need to have all letters and all numbers, just one set with every other number is great!
Enough talking, here is the colouring process video :
As you can see, I didn't ground my character, no shadows below since I plan on using my Copic cat on a future mixed media project and will cut it out.
Here is a recap of all the colours I used: