You know that yesterday Zoe and I shared our attempts at coloring dew drops using only Copic markers. Well, it was actually my third attempt so today I wanted to show the first two. ;D Here’s a card I made using some sweet flower fairies.
The first thing I did was draw in all the water drops in the image using a pencil. Make sure to go about this lightly because you’ll need to erase each drop just before coloring. Some pencil marks can be erased after coloring but in general one it’s colored with a Copic marker it doesn’t come off.
I would like to work on the shading a little more and add a refraction on the opposite side of the drop. However, in the mean time, here are the basic steps I took to making these drops. Remember to keep your light source in the same direction for all droplets – something I let my mind wonder on in the below sample.
Here is a close up of the various water drops. “A” was my first attempt and I like the color and color depth. “B” and “C” are from this card where I tried to add blue to the mix. (“A” and “B” both use the white gel pen.) “D” and “E” are from yesterday where I did not use the gel pen and had to leave the white areas completely uncolored.
I’d like to enter into the following challenges:
Sir Stampalot Challenge – May (magical worlds)
Emerald Faerie First Challenge (anything goes)
Crafter’s Companion Monthly Challenge – May (girl’s birthday)
By the Cute and Girly – May Challenge (anything goes)
Bling it On Challenge – May (inspirational photo – flowers)
Main Stamp: Sweet Pea (Crafter’s Companion Flower Fairies Friends)
Patterned Paper: Kioshi (BG)
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Hexagons
Copic Markers colored on Georgia Pacific Card Stock:
-skin tone: E000, E00, E21, E11
-browns: E43, E44, E47, E49
-pinks: R11, R12, R14, R22
-yellows: E50, YR30, YR31
-greens: YG61, YG63, YG67, YG99
-blues: BG01, BG000
-purples: V91, V93, V95, V99
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[Sonic DriveiIn, Wikipedia.org]