Welcome! You don't see many book review posts from me, but I think this one is worth sharing. I spent some time looking through Marianne Walker's recently released Intro to Coloring with Copic Markers foundations book this weekend. As I flipped through it, I kept seeing topic after topic that people have asked me about in classes. "Hmmmm," I thought, "might be a useful book for review of concepts!
Basic marker techniques? Check--in there.
Understanding how light hits a basic shape? Yes, also in there.
Blank pictures that you can print and color along with Marianne's stepped out explanations? Also in there.
Blending colors from different families, using the Colorless Blender, creating texture? ALL in there, and much more as well.
Even if YOU have these concepts down clearly, you might still find the book useful if you ever teach others basic art or basic Copic lessons. Check it out HERE, along with many other useful books on both art concepts in general, as well as marker rendering specifically.
Sunday night, I'll continue with MFT release week posts. Thanks for stopping by,