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Horace & Boo

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Series: The Daily Marker Art Card #26

I’ve reached that point in the Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge where the colour-picking bit of my brain is starting to struggle; I am trying hard to avoid falling back on standard colour choices, especially for critters. My first instinct for this was to do a ginger kitty, but I already did that on day 10. Then I thought maybe a grey kitty and a brown dog, but I wasn’t feeling inspired by that. I finally decided that they weren’t real animals so they didn’t need to be the same colour as real animals and made them maroon and lilac instead.

The way this ended up being cropped meant that there was half of a flower on its own at the bottom, which looked a bit odd. It was easily fixed by sketching in some more flowers using a Copic-safe multiliner and while I had it in my hand, I also drew some birds in the sky.

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Copic markers:

dog fur – RV99, V99, R56
dog ears – R56, R83, RV32
dog nose – W6, W4, W2
cat – BV04, BV02, BV01, V21, BV20
flowers – YR68, Y38, Y15
grass – G94, YG63, G82
sky – B00

Supplies:

  • digital stamps:
    Polkadoodles – Horace & Boo cuddles
  • dies:
    Marianne Design – ATC
  • pens & pencils:
    Copic multiliner 0.1 black
    red coloured pencil
  • embellishments:
    Tim Holtz idea-ology – clippings stickers
    rub-ons
  • paper and card:
    Neenah Solar White 216gsm
    black card

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This image was coloured for day 26 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge on 10 July 2019

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