AUTOPLAY
Markers: Blending
12 steps
What you’ll need
Mixed Media Paper
Caliart Markers
Caliart markers are great for beginners, and are double sided!
1. Caliart markers are great for beginners, and are double sided!
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The larger side is used to cover larger areas. The smaller side is better for detailed shading!
2. The larger side is used to cover larger areas. The smaller side is better for detailed shading!
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The same techniques can be applied to the thinner side of the marker when it comes to blending.
3. The same techniques can be applied to the thinner side of the marker when it comes to blending.
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Blending is important as it adds depth. It can change the perspective and piece drastically.
4. Blending is important as it adds depth. It can change the perspective and piece drastically.
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Note: Get thick paper. I used mixed media paper. You can layer more without bleeding thru the paper.
5. Note: Get thick paper. I used mixed media paper. You can layer more without bleeding thru the paper.
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Here is a written version of blending caliart markers.
6. Here is a written version of blending caliart markers.
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To blend your markers, find similar colors and create a base with the lightest one. (#1)
7. To blend your markers, find similar colors and create a base with the lightest one. (#1)
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Take the medium color(#2) and create a layer over the lightest one(#1) wherever you please.
8. Take the medium color(#2) and create a layer over the lightest one(#1) wherever you please.
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Then, go back with color #1, blending in the sides, and creating a light layer over #2.
9. Then, go back with color #1, blending in the sides, and creating a light layer over #2.
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Then, go in with your darkest color (#3)blend it in with #2, and blend #2 in with #1.
10. Then, go in with your darkest color (#3)blend it in with #2, and blend #2 in with #1.
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Again! Blending in #1 and #2.
11. Again! Blending in #1 and #2.
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Blending in the darkest color, and working backwards from dark to light to blend it all together.
12. Blending in the darkest color, and working backwards from dark to light to blend it all together.
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