This fun family scene made me giggle, and I had to color it first. This crazy family portrait is just so full of love and kid craziness! Isn’t it adorable?
I thought it would be fun to Copic color this scene on Kraft cardstock. The important thing to understand about Copic coloring on Kraft is that the marker color is translucent. So it is much less vibrant than when you color on white cardstock. For that reason, I added details and highlights with Prismacolor pencils after I finished the Copic coloring.
The only detail I forgot to add before photographing was to use a black Micron Pigment pen to re-draw the eyes and other black details over the final colored image. Oh well. Hopefully, I will remember next time.
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