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Sakura Kimono Process Work by Kaze-Hime Sakura Kimono Process Work by Kaze-Hime
Not really a tutorial, just a collection of photos of process work for a Copic commission I recently drew.
The last three pictures are just space filler. I will make a proper one eventually *V*;;;

It's a postcard-sized drawing (4x6" ish) so squishing all the details in and being neat was quite a challenge, but this was fun.


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Tool list:
- Bienfang poster paper (I do not recommend it though, it was just all I had).
- Copic originals, ciaos, and sketch mix. Mostly originals. About 20-30 colours were used in this drawing.
- Sakura black and brown 3.0 fine liners.
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UrbaniteLN14 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014  Student Artist
Usually a thick paper like bristol is preferable (that's just my preference though) because it allows smoother lines when inking the initial sketch. Bristol paper usually comes in sketchpads (usually 9 x 12 inch sized pads) and most art stores have them on stock. (Papers with a rough surface should be avoided if you want the inked work to come out smooth as possible.)  Copic markers bleed through printer paper very easily and I avoid using it like the plague.
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Cassidy-Slingby Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i love it
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luv2sketch Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
-Gush- So amazing. :3
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Rie86 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2012
That is so cool to see how you put it together. If i could draw and color better you'd have just inspired me to give it a try myself. Excellent work.
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superpower-pnut Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
Wow, how do you keep the areas so smooth looking on so large a piece? I always hve that slight 'shadow-line' (where the coloring overlaps) when I do larger areas. What is your secret??
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devilechan Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
For me its a great tutorial! I canīt imagine how the "proper one" will look like!
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HeeroSketch Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
Very well done, always impressive to see that kind of color work with traditional media
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red-X-snow Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012  Student General Artist
amazing beautiful work, as always! ^_^
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awesome-sweetness Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
amazing you got skill!
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nofido Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2012
WOW!!!
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