Varied weight and hatching techniques to create weight and texture

Varied weight and hatching techniques to create weight and texture Mais

So this is kinda' the process of the painting. it's according to the layers in the psd, so it's almost the real process I did. Original Image: So that's it hope you learned a bit of my process Cas....

So this is kinda' the process of the painting. it's according to the layers in the psd, so it's almost the real process I did. Original Image: [link] So. Beyond The Path - Process

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How to draw a map by torstan cartography resource tool how to tutorial instructions

Very detailed mountain side

Copic - 101 - My Creative Scoop Get started with Copic markers by visiting adultcolorcrew.com and picking out yours today.

Using Copic Markers - Tips and Tricks

Copic Markers - Tips and Tricks - My Creative Scoop

Make color swatches of Copic colors showing 1, 2 & 3 layers of the same color

Color swatches of Copic colors showing 2 & 3 layers of the same color Copic_color_swatch_ring_tags

Lots of great Copic information for beginners

fantastic copic FAQ, charts and tutorials

How to use copic markers tutorial 3 | using the blending marker

How to use copic markers tutorial 3

Copic article 3 image to use the blending marker

How to Draw Glass with Copic Markers | Copic

How to Draw Glass with Copic Markers

Guest Copic illustrator Katie Mruz on how to draw glass with Copic Markers with this step-by-step syrup pitcher color blending tutorial.

This is a great set of blending stumps and tortillions. Both are used to smudge and blend away pencil marks.

Old art supplies being dragged out from retirement. These are Blending Stumps and Tortillions, used to smear and blend graphite, pastel and charcoal. The stumps and tortillions are both made from r…

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