In this Live Demo with Cola Collet, she will demonstrate how she simplifies the beautiful architecture of a building somewhere in Ukraine. Watch as she colours in her line drawing with alcohol-based markers and adds some contrast by adding shadows and white pen tricks!
Check out the reference image here if you want to paint along!
- Starting with a fineliner from the Etchr collection, and using the pencil sketch to follow where to put those marks;
- Starting with a very light shade with Coptic markers to cover the entire building almost like a wash;
- Layering with markers and how you should work light to dark;
- Use a blending marker to take away extra pigment or to dull down a brightness.
- The type of paper you should use when working with markers, which colors are good for adding shadows, and which colours work well together.
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Etchr Products mentioned:
Jackson's Art Products mentioned:
- Copic Alcohol-Based Markers in the ff colours: E08 Brown, E15 Dark Suntan, E21 Soft Sun, E33 Sand, E43 Dull Ivory, E93 Tea Rose, R000, R05 Salmon Red, B12 Ice Blue, B60 Pale Blue Grey, BV00 Mauve Shadow, BV23 Greyish Lavander, V01, V91 Pale Grape, Y000 Pale Yellow, Y21 Buttercup Yellow, Colourless Blender
- Sakura Gel Pen (White)
- Sakura Pigma Micron Pen (Sepia)
- Transotype paper for alcohol-based markers
- Copic Alcohol-Based Markers - B91
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- Etchr Studio Team