Hey everyone! Today, I have an easy faux watercolor background tutorial to share with you. And when I say easy, I mean EASY.
The only important thing you have to remember about this lesson is that the background coloring has to be done FIRST. If you color your main image before doing the background, you will mess up your main image. Just keep that in mind when doing this technique.
Hey everyone! Today’s lesson isn’t actually a coloring lesson.
This is a lesson on how to jazz up your images once you’ve colored them. Sometimes plain Copic images just aren’t enough and you may want to kick it up a notch by adding something special to your images. Well in this video I cover a lot of different ways that you can add a little something extra to your image.
Hey everyone! I’ve got another Learning Copics with MarkerPOP! lesson for you.
Today we are talking about creating easy backgrounds to give your image a bit more dimension. I am sharing three super simple ways to add some dimension to your image. These techniques just give your image a bit of a finishing touch & makes the image pop off the page a little bit more. I encourage you to test out these simple techniques as a starting point for creating backgrounds.