- 0 - Blender Pen
- R29 - Lipstick Red
- Y17 - Golden Yellow
Start by stamping the kite image using Memento Black ink and let it dry. In my workbook I like to label images as I color them by using the Copic Multiliner. This is a waterproof pen that will not smear when you use your Copic Markers over it. I can draw lines, take notes and then color over it just like I can with the Memento ink. Make a habit of making color swatches like I did on the bottom left. That way if you want to replicate a look later you know exactly what colors you used.
|Tip to Tip Blending|
If your paper gets too wet the ink may start to spread too easily; simply let it dry and then you can use your markers again to re-blend and fix anything you want. If your coloring is not solid and looks streaky then you are not using enough ink. Be sure to saturate the paper thoroughly and the ink should show through on the back (unless you are using extra-thick paper). Don't be afraid to use lots of ink because your paper will not pill and tear the way it does with regular water-based markers.
|Back side of colored flower|
|Detail of finished colored image|
- Vintage A Muse Stamp Set
- Paper - Sugar, Orange, Cranberry
- Gingham Paper - Orange
- Memento Black Pad
- Copic Marker - Colorless Blender
- Copic Marker - Lipstick Red
- Copic Marker - Golden Yellow
- 3D Foam Adhesive
- Nestabilities Scallop Rectangle - Small
|Vintage A Muse|
I will be holding a monthly workshop in my home in Huntington Beach, CA so let me know if you want to join me.