The internet is full of inspiring Copic Marker and colored pencil artists. Sure, they call themselves colorers or cardmakers but that’s an understatement. When coloring looks this good? It’s art! So how is it that some bloggers, YouTubers, and coloring instructors have hundreds of amazing projects on their website, meanwhile you’re sitting there with maybe one or two decent looking ones? It must be talent, right? Some people are born to be creative, right? Wrong. Creativity is a skill…
Bad Copic Marker advice?
Visit any adult coloring discussion board or Copic Marker fan site, or search How to Color with Copics and you’ll get lots of helpful advice. A lot of the information people volunteer is useful, but that’s not true for everything.
Free flowing knowledge is a good thing, until you get false info. Bad advice makes coloring harder than it has to be.
Some advice is iffy. Some information is misguided. And some tips are flat out wrong.
Do your pale pastel colors usually end up vibrant & bold?
So, you’ve been coloring with Copic Markers, colored pencils, or you’re using watercolor of some kind. But now at the finish line, you’re beginning to see the final colors in place and they’re not quite what you expected. Your pale pink flower isn’t as soft and delicate as you envisioned…