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Tip to tip Coloring: Dragons

Tip to tip Coloring: Dragons

I thought it might be time to remind everyone of an oft-forgotten technique to create a color “in between” two markers to create blending. Watch as I make a YG22 out of a YG21 and YG23! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

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9 thoughts on “Tip to tip Coloring: Dragons

  1. What a gorgeous card Sandy! Your colouring is just stunning! I need to try tip to tip more! Thanks for this video!

  2. They look so deep in conversation. I wonder what a dragon and fox would talk about!

  3. Lots of great supportive ideas with how to colour and get other colours too Sandy, thank you. I really appreciate all that you share with us crafters. :O)

  4. Thank you Sandy, I don’t have Copics but I love to watch you “play” with them. You always have great tips and I learn a lot from you and that I use when I’m coloring with pencils or ink.

  5. Gorgeous coloring, as always (^_^) .. thanks for the quick tutorial video about coloring dragons..

  6. Such a scrummy Dragon, great way to remind us about tip to tip method with markers. Wish it worked on pencil crayons at times too, let me know if you ever get that to work hehe ! Great start to my week x

  7. Love this card and I know I ALWAYS need to be reminded of these tips. Such a sweet card.

  8. You are so right – I’d completely forgotten about “tip-to-tip” coloring. Thanks for the reminder. And this is a seriously cute dragon – may have to increase my dragon inventory… Thank you for a nice start to my week!

  9. Too cute, Sandy. I’ve been playing around with my coloured pencils, but your card makes me want to go and play with my markers. Thanks for the inspiration, as always!
    Marianne x

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