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Old 01-20-2013, 02:51 PM   #1
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Default Copic color advice

Can any of you copic color experts suggest a good color to use for coloring/shading peaches and also beets??
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Still looking but here's strawberries, cherries and apples.
PaperFections: Red Fruit Copic Coloring Tutorial

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This is a great reference book for Copic coloring of nature-related images:
Copic Coloring Guide Level 2:Nature by Colleen Schaan and Marianne Walker. Published by Annie's Attic. There are a variety of fruits illustrated with color recommendations.
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YR61, 65, 68 is a good peachy colour family if you're wanting to stay with one tone. i would add touches of red with an orangey red family like R11, 12, 14, 17...
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