Friday, February 03, 2017

More Markers

Another marker on Yupo piece. Yes, the beak is too short but I ran out of room and I'm drawing right with the markers on the paper, no guide marks to go by. I probably should have left the background white since the Toucan does run the risk of getting lost in the bckground once dry, but I can always go over the bird if I need to later.

I really do like the marbling effect that happens with this paper. Just wish there was a way to seal it without getting spray marks on the paper. I can spray it with fixative, but every time I have tried, I end up with white spray marks on the paper. Going to have to do some research to see what other people do. 

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8 comments:

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Wow this is so impressive done with markers. Beautiful.

Clare Lloyd said...

Fab colours

Chris Lally said...

Love the rich color!

Giggles said...

Wonderful colour and texture!!

Hugs Giggles

Jo Castillo said...

Fun, I like this.

June Walker said...

This bird looks wonderful and I like the blue background! I have some yupo but never used it yet! I guess you use watercolour markers. Can alcohol ink markers be used? They wouldn't need fixing perhaps?

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

thanks NBC :)

thank you Clare :)

thanks Chris :D

Giggles *hugs*

thank you Jo :)

June, these are just normal markers that are water soluble, and as far as I know you can use alcohol ink markers on Yupo, you just need some kind of blending agent. I don't actually lol if they need fixing, don't think they would but not sure. you should give it a try :D

Shashi Nayagam said...

This is beautiful Jen. Love the bright vivid colours. I think the blue brings out the other colours with the contrast.