I spent far too much time today coloring simple drawings with Copic and Twinmarker markers (mostly Copic but the Twinmarkers, which are cheap faux-Copics, come in handy often enough for me to put up with their faults. In the process, I learned a few things about blending different marker colors, fixing errors with the colorless blender, and, at the end of the process, using Affinity Photo to compensate for scans that came out too pale. With the paper originals as a reference, I could restore the original colors without any problems, and then fix blemishes with the inpainting tool and the regular brushes. For touching up traditional art, it's better than Sketchbook and probably as good as Photoshop.
I attempted again to make the coloring as flat as possible, with better success overall than last time. However, I ran into some trouble on the right side of the drawing, presumably because oils from my hand interfered with the ink from the marker and prevented it from staying on the paper. I don't know. I do think that I might be better off creating more detailed inks that don't require large areas of one color. I'll try that some time in the next few weeks.
Anyway, here's Krakatoa in her blue dress from Feral.