Hi Copic lovers!
It's Deborah here today with some colouring inspiration and a little tutorial.
If you colour white on a wedding dress with grey, it sometimes gets a dirty look. Like it's already in the laundry for 10 times 😉
And if you don't want it to be the traditional white white dress but more of a crème look, than it's the perfect tutorial for you.
first I started to map out where the darkest colours going to be with my lightest marker (E41).
Try to find the darkest places and think at every spot you colour. Is it in the front? How are the folds going? Is there falling a shadow on it?...
Then we going to darken it up with E44
Then we're going to add the deepest shadows with our darkest colour, E47
And blend things out again with E44 and E43
Now that the deepest shadows are ready, we're going to focus on the lightest parts of the dress. Try to imagine where would be the lightest places in the dress and keep them white and add some E41 in the other places.
Blend the white part together with the créme one using E40
And this is the finished image. Now you have an ivory dress!
Here are all the colours I've used:
skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000
hair girl: E57, E55, E53, E51, E50
hair boy: E47, E44, E43, E50
ivory: E47, E44, E43, E41, E40
blue: N9, B39, B37, B34
red: R59, R37
Here's the finished card!
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Thanks for stopping by,