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Tutorial part 2 by ChristopherStevens Tutorial part 2 by ChristopherStevens
2. Here you can see that I'm now blending out from the black with 90 grey and some 80 grey. I try to keep the edges a little rough to help with blending with the next lightest shade. At this stage I'm working pretty fast and loose. Not concerning myself too much with the details. I'm just trying to get the shapes and overall values in there.
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jbyrd117 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I don't think I asked this before, how much wet blending are you doing on these marker images? You took the time to scan each step right, or are these photos? Do you use a dry marker to help blend with each step? When I try to wet blend with markers I feel like there's a countdown happening and they won't blend.
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Robert-Poindexter Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
thank you
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MichaelHoneyman Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2011
So I see that Prisma has cool grey, warm grey and french grey. Which series are you using here? Thanks and sorry if it's mentioned somewhere else.
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MichaelHoneyman Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011
HI there, could you help a noob and explain the terms 90 grey and 80 grey? Thanks!
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ChristopherStevens Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011
That's just the shades. 90 grey is the darkest grey before black and it goes down from there with 10 being the lightest. That's the Prismacolor scale.
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MichaelHoneyman Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011
Thanks!
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Chopichu132 Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2010
Do you use more of a brush nib, or chisel nib?
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ChristopherStevens Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2010
You mean on the markers? It's more of a chisel nib. The Prismas have a bit of flex to them though and a more refined point.
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Chopichu132 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2010
Yes.. yes, I use the original copics, I'd like to try the brush-tip. Thanks for allowing us into your work zone and sharing.
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