This is for Sabrina's fun challenge, to try a new tutorial. At first glance this looks like many of my other cards, but not so.
Usually I colour with Prismacolour pencils first, then add a few Copic highlights. This time I did the proper technique and coloured with Copics first and then I added pencil. Copics don't blend all that well on copy paper, but the purpose of this technique is just to lay down a Copic base coat. The pencils work beautifully over the Copics.
Even the sky is done with a Copic marker....it used to be a vibrant blue, but after one too many misuses, it's now a washed out powder blue.
I swished a walnut stain distress ink blending tool over everything and was more heavy handed in the left hand corner.
Thank you for looking, I hope you are having a happy, inky week.
Date: Thursday, November 30, 2017 GMT Views: 809
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Thu, Nov 30, 2017 @ 7:27 AM
Love, love, love this. Susie, it's so beautiful. I'd almost have gone for a white wedding if I could have had bridesmaids as sweet as these. Fabulous colouring, and I love their little pearly headdresses.