Originally Posted by QueenOfInkland
I love my Copics. You might want to branch out re: ways to use your Copics because in addition to coloring by hand, you can also use your Copics for airbrushing - that is so much fun and it's beautiful. I have to contain myself because I want to airbrush everything LOL.
You can get two different airbrush effects with the [Sketch] markers: the chisel nib gives a fine spray and the brush nib gives small speckles. And something that surprised me is that airbrushing uses very little ink.
Go have fun with your Copics investment
I would suggest that you check out this Copics blog: I Like Markers
for lots of techniques info and info re: Copics classes. These talented folks teach all over the United States - it's just a matter of waiting for a class to come to a location that works for you. I took their beginner class. Now I'm waiting for the advanced class and they also are now offering a mixed media class.
Update: Copics classes are being offered in Indianapolis, IN on March 1 and 2.
I'm just a crafter and not affiliated with Copics in any way; just trying to help you get the most out of your Copics investment.
Love airbrushing too! Got mine at Harbor Freight with a coupon. Finally now feeling competent enough with my markers that I may be airbrushing some RC cars for my family.
thru Dec 1, 2014
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