Some pretty ladies, done using the Copic Sketch markers in the set “Primaries”. I used Pilot G-TEC-C4 pens for the fine lines and details.
I realised after the fact that I missed an opportunity to make my sunshine girl darker skinned, but since I was using just 2 markers for each face I think it’s okay for now, but I want to definitely do a sunshine girl who’s darker.
Copic Sketch Markers, Pilot G-TEC-C4 pens, white gel pel.
Practising skin tones, I saw a 55% coupon at Michael’s today, and got excited, I was able to save some money and buy a set of Copic Sketch markers, obviously I picked up the skin tones set. And got home and started to get to playing with them to see how to include them with my other mediums.
I went a little overboard on the reddish blush on the above left’s nose, and her eyebrows >.< but she’s still cute.
The one on the above right, was done using only Kuretake Clean color pens, and the one above left was used with a combination of Kuretake and Copic.
Hopefully I can use more coupons to build up my own Copic collection, or at least that’s what I plan to do.
Also the first three, I used my trust ballpoint pen for all the line work, and I have to admit, I am really preferring it to the liners I typically use. I did add the liners to bolder parts like their eyes, and lashes, but for the most part the ballpoint pen seems to keep the feel I want my stuff to have.
Ballpoint Pen, Copic Sketch Markers, Kuretake Clean Color Brush Pens, White Gel Pen, 0.1 mm Pigment Liner.
Quick sketch, used a reference from my People & Faces board on Pinterest.
Purple Pencil, and Pink Pencil.
My heart wasn’t really in it today. She did turn out okay considering I used not watercolour appropriate paper.
Kuretake Brush Pens, White Gel Pen, FW Ink, and 0.5 mm Micron Pen
I wanted to draw a third eye, and her nose came out looking soo cute.
Ballpoint Pen, Finetec Gold Ink, Acrylic Ink.
I love her hair, how it fades to a bright turquoise. Anyway, a curvy black pin up girl, who started out as a really rough pen sketch, that I decided on a whim to colour in. Hence, why there’s that mess-up line near her ankle.
0.1 mm Carbon pen, Kuretake brush pens, water, glitter, glue.
I finished a piece I was originally going to make as a vector image. Also, I’m aware that the dress is
not historically accurate.
Watercolours, ink, Gold gel pen, water.