Should you scan or shoot? When the time comes to post Copic Marker or colored pencil coloring projects online, you start to feel a little lost. Should you photograph your artwork with a camera or should you scan it? Which method shows the most accurate color and detail? And which method is the easiest to learn?
Are you digitally challenged?
Let’s face it, once you get into realistic coloring, you pretty much have to start using digital stamps. It’s hard to fit your big Copic Markers into the tiny spaces provided by clear and cling stamps. Colored pencils have an easier time squeezing in the color but at a certain point, the confined spaces start to hold you back…
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