I recently binged on playing with my refill inks on Yupo….and while I played, I realized – a portion of my playtime backgrounds looked weirdly enough like coral! And with my recent Underwater Scenes obsession….it was a matter of time before I painted one this way!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
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It’s great Sandy, I admire the way how you always make such great backgrounds.
But are the Copic refills not to expencive to play with instead of alcohol ink?
I don’t have Copics but I know friends have them and they are always complaining that not only the markers themselves but also the refills are so expensive.
Per oz I think they’re cheaper. Or they were last I checked!
Thanks for your answer Sandy.
Love it Sandy, you create something so fabulous so quickly. Something like this would take me days to complete. LOL Thank you though for sharing it with us crafters. As I said I love it and I will have a go at this technique because it looks so cool. :O) xxx
This is so amazing!
What a great technique! I love it! TFS.