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Another video was made! In this one, I chat a little bit about shading, specifically Copic marker shading. I take you through a quick process of how I shaded the image below.
Copic Markers are a pretty popular tool for colouring artwork, and especially for shading ink drawings. They come in almost any tone imaginable, which is great, but also not so great if you’re a little indecisive. I pretty much only use them for shading; however, some people really go to town with them. Check out this artist who can’t be stopped: Erin Nicholls Instagram
And here are some of my previous examples :
In the video my new camera stand is attached to the table, which is a little wobbly, so I apologise for the camera shakes. I don’t know what I was thinking but it’s all a learning process, and the next video won’t have the shakes.
I hope you enjoy it, but more importantly I hope you can handle it:
I would love to hear what you think about the video, the content, or about anything you want to know more on. Just let me know below! Until next time!