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Old 11-04-2014, 07:16 AM   #24
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Okay so a question for you. Do you think those markers are hard to learn? But maybe if you're really good with Copics you won't be able to answer that question. If you have the knack for coloring, then any medium in your hand works well...that's my theory...I don't have a knack for coloring whatsoever. But I love the idea of not having to use three or more markers to get beautifully blended gradient shading.So if they are easy for a beginner I'd love to have them! And I'm saying this after just having gotten the whole lot of Spectrum Noir markers
They are easier for shading than other alcohol markers, you will just need to get a hang of the fuse timing. FOr small areas I do 5 seconds, for larger more. WHat I did first was experiment with the fusing times on piece of paper to see the shades, and then you can use that sheet of paper as reference guide how long you need to fuse the marker.
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