Welcome! I've been meaning to get a coloring post up for a few days, but most of my current stamps right now are solid images--not color-able ones. Anyway, I just got a new Lockhart Stamp Company image called Farmer's Market Bouquet that just begged for a stepped out Copic tutorial post.
I started on the leaf vase, making my light source come from the upper left front. I will later add more shadows, but this worked as a starting place.
I tackled the blue and purple flowers first.
Next I added some pink roses.
How about those yellows next?
Here I started adding greenery, as well as a sky-glow around the perimeter. Later on I went back and added more blue-violet on the right side (shadow side), transitioning to B000 as I went counterclockwise, and ending in BG0000 on the left side.
Here I deepened some of the greenery and started filling in the spaces between the flowers and leaves with that YG91. It's a muted pale green; I didn't want it to compete with the leaves in intensity.
Here I started adding some shadows, though I deepened them a bit more at the very end.
Here are all of the markers I used, just in case you wanted to know without having to stop and look at all of the pictures. :-)
That's it--one little Farmer's Market Bouquet colored with my Copics. Papers are Girls Paperie Vintage Whimsy, and ribbon is some white seam binding dyed with Copic Various Inks BG11 and E51. Thanks for stopping by!