Long time, but an important message! We are fundraising to print our Hello Albertosaurus comic and need your help!
We are offering some pretty awesome perks like enamel pins, stickers, collector cards and watercolour commissions by me! So if you want a discounted commission original by me you can get one and help out our fundraising at: https://indiegogo.com/projects/hello-albertosaurus-graphic-novel
I know not everyone will want to preorder the book but even shares and spreading the word can help as well!
Thank you everyone, you've always been good too me even if I only pop on once in a while.
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This article is to give some handy tips and tricks for blending with alcohol based markers (Copic, Pantone, Tria, etc). The majority of the article is demonstrated using Copic markers, but the techniques used can be applied to the different marker types.
Marker papers come in many shapes and sizes. The common ones are:
Bleedproof / Bleedfree Marker Paper - 70 gsm paper which is thin and has a right side and a 'wrong' side, often comes in pads of 50 sheets and is quite cheap.
Manga Drawing Pad - 250gsm paper which is thick and textured, often comes in pads of 10-20 or as single sheets, can be expensive.