Wednesday, December 2, 2009

3 colour Black hair tutorial using Copics

Well now that I've been playing with Copics I think I'm ready to share what I've learned.  I don't know about you but I would love to have every colour Copic has but can not afford it so I have to make due with what I have.  So I'm going to put together a couple tutorials on how to colour using as less Copics as possiable.
Soooo my first tutorial in on how to create a Black hair colour with hightlights, midtones and low lights.
Just click and save the image, then either open it or print it to follow.

This is Christmas Party Tilda from the Stamp Shoppe.  And the sentiment is also a Magnolia stamp from the Stamp Shoppe called "Vintage Merry Postcard".

Christmas Party Tilda-Stamp Shoppe
Copics hair-W03,05,07
Red dress-R22,24 and 27
Green bow-YG11,13,17


Katie Skiff said...

Cute card, thanks for the tip. I have black Copics, but they are really black!

Kelly Landers said...

Great tutorial! I will definitely be trying that!

Anonymous said...

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Alicia a.k.a. Crafty Al said...

Fabulous card AND tutorial!! I am having some 'issues' with my COPICs, so this will help a lot. Thanks for sharing.

PaperCrafty said...

Gorgeous card Melyssa!! I love the tutorial and will be giving it a try!!

~*Joni said...

Awesome job on the tut Melyssa! What are the copics on her dress? I love the shading...oh, and on her skin too. Oh, and on her...teehee.JK.;)

Linda said...

Thanks so much for this great tutorial! I'll definitely try it out! Aloha, Linda

It's Me, Nikki! (aka NCSUnikki) said...

WoW! I needed this-- thanks! I just happen to have some new Copics I need to break in ;)

Super cute card, BTW!

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