I hope your week is off to a good start! I’ve got a little “no line” colouring fun to share with you today, so keep reading!
Tiny Townie Sweet Pea – No Line Colouring
Firstly, my apologies, there is no video for this one. I just sat down for some no pressure, completely relaxed colouring time over the weekend, and boy was I overdue for that! It has been a while since I did any “no line” colouring, so I thought I would play and reacquaint myself with the process. I’m going to spend some more time playing over the next week or so and will put together a video for you soon!
In the mean time, I have previously posted a step by step guide to the process which you can find here: Marker Geek Monday No Line Colouring featuring Susie the Succulent
I love little Garden Girl Sweet Pea, she’s so sweet, and such a nice image to colour. She works nicely for no line colouring, as there aren’t too many tiny detail areas to work around. I stamped her using Fadeout ink from Inkon3.
I coloured her using Copic markers, followed by Faber-Castell Polychromos coloured pencils to add some extra shading and refine some of the details.
Copic Markers Used: Sky – BG000,BG10 Skin – E000,E01,E11,E13 Hair – E44,E47,E49 Leaves – G12,G02,G05,B95 Petals – B60,B63,B66,BV25 Ground – E40,E42,E44
Polychromos Pencils Used: Throughout – Dark Sepia, White Skin – Cinnamon, Lt Flesh, Ivory Hair – Van Dyck Brown, Ivory Leaves – Prussian Blue, Deep Cobalt Green, Chrome Oxide Green Fiery, Light Phthalo Green Petals – Indanthrene Blue, Cobalt Blue, Light Ultramarine
Distress Inks in Tumbled Glass and Antique Linen were used around the edges of the die cut piece.
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