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Copic Marker Illustration "Little Devil" Day.4

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Drawing an illustration using COPIC pens!
On day 4 lesson, the girl's hair and outfit will be painted with more distinctive colors.

In this lesson, Kawana is going to show you how to paint with
move vivid colors over the base colors and shadows.

Until previous lessons, she used lighter colors to paint the base,
but in this lesson, she will add darker colors toward the completion of her work.

When you paint, you need to start with lighter colors and gradually
overlay with more vivid colors so as to achieve a more dimensional appearance.

While efficiently using the base colors that have been carefully painted,
she adds darker colors to bring out more movements and a sense of dimensions.

In this lesson, you will be learning where to add darker colors by paying attention to the light shining from the above.

You will also learn;

◯How to color the hair which looks nice and light
◯how to color the gloss of the hair
◯How to blend the darker colors with the base colors
◯Points to be paid attention to while drawing a stripe pattern on an outfit

and so on.
She will thoroughly explain how to add colors in order to achieve a greater sense of 3D and depth.

When you add darker colors to the hair and outfit, it's important to
carefully decide where to paint with those colors.

The direction of the light must be taken into an account
to create a beautiful shine on the hair.

If you think you cannot draw a natural-looking hair, or
you cannot blend the darker colors with the base colors very well
you must watch how Kawana overlays colors in this video.

After this day 4 lesson, watch Day 5 lesson
where you will see how she adds more colors to the detailed parts.

Enjoy and learn the process of creating a piece of illustration!
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