This enlarged diagram shows all of the Copic color numbers used on this image. Although it's done in Copics, the same type of shading could be done with other coloring methods, such as Prismacolor pencils. The grayscale image is from this set: Nature Bunny & Violets 1 Digital Stamps.
Registered: December 15, 2008 Location: Kingsland, Georgia Posts: 30126
Thu, Mar 03, 2011 @ 9:29 AM
Oh my goodness this image is awesome. I am going to check your card out made with this next as it must be a sight to see!!! Thanks again for sharing this awesome diagram with a copic challenged person like me!!! lol
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Registered: September 12, 2007 Location: Wake Forest, NC Posts: 61453
Sun, Mar 06, 2011 @ 10:49 AM
You are so sweet to take the time to do this. I only own a few copics so I stay pretty much with them. I've never found it easy to do the shading part. Oh boy, I can you're a great candidate to invest lots of cold hard cash on all the copics ever made. I really dont know how you did, but it sure is a masterpeice. Thanks so much for sharing this information.
Thanks too for stepping up to the plate to do the week ending favorites. I know that takes a lot of work to continuing refer back to the gallery to be able to send out all those annoucement commetns. What a wonderful gesture that benefits so many. Thanks much, Judy!
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Registered: November 9, 2004 Location: Hampton Roads, VA Posts: 9461
Sat, Apr 02, 2011 @ 11:40 AM
Your Copic skills are absolutely amazing - and this diagrahm is so cool. I'm taking a basic blending class at a local craft store in a couple of weeks and hope they touch on some of this. Your card is GORGEOUS!