No Line Coloring with Copic Markers

I’ve always admired folks who could (seemingly easily) tackle the no line coloring method using Copic markers. I tried in the past and it was soooo hard. But…I’ve been doing a few of Kit and Clowder‘s monthly coloring classes and Alyce always encourages everyone to use the image with lighter lines for the class. At first, I thought “Oh heck no.” But then I tried.  And I liked it!

Stamping Bella Lacey has a Letter (no line coloring)

I used the no line coloring method on the second card in THIS post and decided to do it again using Stamping Bella‘s Tiny Townie Lacey has a Letter. If you haven’t tried one of Alyce’s classes, I highly recommend it. The US cost is only about $15 a month. The price includes two classes, access to other helpful info, and you can cancel at any time. I *love* it.

Stamping Bella Lacey has a Letter (no line coloring) close-up

Copic markers – E000, E00, E04, E11, E21, E31, E35, E37, E47, R20, R39, R85, R89, RV11, RV32, W00, W0, W1, W2, Y21

I stamped the image using very light gray ink onto X-Press It Blending Card then colored with Copic markers (listed above). Working one section at a time, I laid down a base of the lightest shade then added the darkest shadows, working my way back up to the lightest. I’m getting more confident so I’m sure you’ll be seeing more.

I also used Stamping Bella’s Happy Sentiment die with “mail” stamped in toffee ink.

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