Yesterday I reviewed the Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers– and they really are like having the look of watercolor with the ease of a marker and the semi-permanence of dye, all in one! But I digress. I colored in this little froggy and wanted to show you how I did it.
I used 5 markers and a spritz of water to get this look- and I think because you can lighten the colors with water, it’s a lot easier for me than using alcohol-based markers like Copics, Spectrum Noirs, Letra Set Promarkers.
Take a look at my 1 minute color!
If you like these, please let me know & I’ll create more as a go along. Thanks for watching!
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