So no one really said that they were interested to see it, but then again, you can't really see much of it in the piece. It's relatively minimal, considering just how much detail you can see in the show. This is a genuine vector. If you download this, you will have to open it in Photoshop or some other program that supports PSD files. Since it is a vector, you can make it any size you need, change the colors, and add or take out any details.
-Free to use- Please do not redistribute or sell this as it is. Make significant changes (more than just color changes or just adding a couple of shapes) and/or use it as a background to your own central-focused artwork.
Canterlot is from 'My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic,' copyright Hasbro and Lauren Faust.
You can view a speed painting of this tutorial in the beginning of the Youtube Marker Speedpaint of this illustration. The watercolor wash background part of it goes from 0:00 to 0:53. youtu.be/MMf3PJl554Y
I've been wanting to do a tutorial for a while, so I thought I'd start with something simple. Before I color any of my illustrations with markers, I always do a watercolor wash on them. Not only do I love how watercolor backgrounds look, but working on top of a different color other than white with my markers always yields a beautiful effect.
I hope this is of some use to someone somewhere. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them. ^_^