zondag 4 juni 2017

Mia and Onyx

Hi Everyone, it's Saskia here.
Today I have double tutorial for you. The first one you can find on the Colourstock Blog.
There you can find the tutorial how to colour the scales of baby dragon. But here I'm going to show you how to create scales on human skin the easy way. This a technique from Copic Colouring Lesson 3.
This is part of the coloring of animal skins. This technique you can apply to fish, dragons, bears, you can apply it to almost any animal skin.
 Step 1: First colour the skin with E00 and E000
Step 2: Start with setting down little random dots with your B000 along the edge of the skin.
Step 3: Add even more random dots to the previous colour this time with B00
Step 4: Do the same thing with B04

 Step 5: Again the same thing but now wth BV02
Step 6: With B000 you do the same thing again. Because you're paper is getting wet from the ink you will see that the dots are starting to blend.
Step 7: Now you will use a dark colour to indicate some depth. You do this with BV04
Step 8: With E00 and E21 you are going to make the hard colours a little bit softer.

You can continue to repeat steps 3 through 8 until you are satisfied with the result.
  
I used these Copic colours for the dragon;
Blue tones : B000 - B00 - B01 - B02 - B04
Purple tones: BV00 - BV02 - BV04 - BV08
Green tones: G03 - G05
Stripes in the eyes with various shades of Derwent colorpencils.
Skin tones: E0000 - E000 - E00 - E04 - E21
Purple tones: BV00 - BV02 - BV04 - BV08
Green tones: G03 - G05 - G09 - G29
Blue tones : B000 - B00 - B01 - B02 - B04
Black tones: C5 - C7 - C9 - 110 en B37
Grey tones: W1 - W3 - W5
Stripes in the eyes with various shades of Derwent colorpencils.

The background I made with Re-fill RV17 - B29, Activator and Yupo paper.
The white points are set with a white Molotow.
On the blog post of Miranda van den Bosch on 22 May, you can see how I made that background.
The drawing I coloured this time is from Tanja Bond and comes from her coloringbook "Inklings"
I hope you have read this post with pleasure.

Until next time!

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