This workshop is free of charge, although you can show your support by donating any amount to the Arnprior & District Humane Society.
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Suitable for beginner to intermediate level
In this workshop you will learn how to create vibrant and beautiful illustrations using alcohol markers.
You will be given an option to trace a template using liner or pencil.
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Materials that you will need for this workshop; recommendation is the brackets:
Paper, notebook, any size (Canson XL, Mix Media, 160 g, 5,5x8,5);
Plastic sheet the size of your notebook (transparent paper file);
Pencil and eraser, any of your choice;
Black Liner marker, 0,5 mm or smaller (MUJI, 0,38mm) or COPIC Multiliner 0,35
White pen, Gelly Roll, 08, Sakura, Japan
COPIC White Opaque
Small synthetic brush (cheap one)
Watercolour coloured pencils (optional)
Alcohol marker Blender (COPIC any of your choice)
Alcohol markers (COPIC or any of your choice)
The number of colours is up to you, my recommendation is to get at least the following colours:
- for snow - light blue and blue
- for pine tree - three tones of green: light, medium and dark
- for red balls - three tones of red: pink, red and dark red
- for car - any colour of your choice, one light and one medium tone
- for shadows - cool/neutral grey, at least 3-4 tones
- for pinecones - brown (optional)
My colour palette for COPIC:
For snow: B000; B01
For pine tree: YG03; G07; G21; G28; G99
For balls: RV11; RV29; R37
For car: YR00; YR14
For shadows: C1; C3; C5; C7: C9
For pine cones (optional): E09