I did a little variation on the Copic bleed technique. Instead of using a coloring page, I stamped a floral background onto plain copy paper with Tuxedo Black Memento ink. I used a MISTI tool so I could stamp it several times and get a rich black outline for all the leaves and flowers.
After I let the copy paper dry for a few minutes, I taped it to some smooth white cardstock and colored the whole thing with Copic markers. I used some bold autumn colors for this wonderful fall season. Those bold colors bled through the copy paper onto the smooth white cardstock and you see this gorgeous mosaic-style look.
Date: Sunday, October 2, 2016 GMT Views: 601
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Thu, Oct 20, 2016 @ 10:13 AM
Oh, wow! Oh wow! Oh Wow! I am loving this technique. I don't own one alcohol marker so while Joann's online is having a big sale, I just ordered some Spectrum Noirs. Those are alcohol, right? This is such a great background and I love how you used it. Very nice.
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