Friday, February 12, 2016

Dewdrop Rain Catcher

Hi Everyone, Anet here to share my second Individual Colouring for Heather Valentin's Coloring Without Boundaries.  I am so honoured to be part of Heather's Coloring Team and to share my love of colouring with you.

As mentioned in my previous post I use my favourite Copic Sketch Markers to colour Heather's beautiful Digital Stamps. 

I got this beautiful Image from Heather called 
Dewdrop Rain Catcher

Today I am sharing my colouring of the water drops and flowers with you.  

To colour the raindrop I started with my darkest colour and added some shading first.  After that I blended it with my Copic Sketch Markers B95 and left a small space open near the darkest colour and underneath it. Thereafter I blended the B95 with B93 and B91.  I went over the white spaces with my Molotow White Pen.


If you do close the small white gaps, just use a White Pen and add it again.

These flowers were so nice to colour and such a nice size as well.  I started with my lightest Copic Sketch Marker and after that added shading with YR23.  I blended it out with Y38, 17 and lastly with Y15.  

For the inside of the flower I used the following Copic Sketch Markers Y23, 24 and Y26.  Also again starting with the lightest Copic Marker, colouring the whole area and came in with my darkest Copic Marker Y26 to create some shaded.  After that I blended it out from dark to light. 

As you know by know I used my favourite Green Copic Sketch Marker combination to colour the leaves.


I like going back again over the flowers and leaves with the same colour combination to get that darker effect which you lose by the first blending.

My finished Dewdrop Rain Catcher Image

Copic Colour Combo that I used 
to colour this beautiful Dewdrop Rain Catcher Image:

Now it is all over to you and we are looking forward seeing your beautiful colouring.

Thank you for visiting today and have a wonderful weekend!


Anet x

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