I work w Copic markers and I love them so much. However, I have found some markers don’t scan well which makes sense cause of things like highlighter yellow. If you don my know highlighters don’t scan intentionally so you can copy documents without the yellow color showing up on them scan.
RV & Y are most often the colors that don’t scan so I have made a grid of the markers I own.
RV04 & Y06 glow under black light which is cool but can mess w a piece if you are highlighting parts w black light and the yellow or pink are not the colors you want to glow.
I’ve got to spray it with the UV coating but it will be at IndyFurCon (unless someone msg’s me and buys it first). If there are original art pieces you want to make sure I have at IFC for you to see in person for chance to buy than you should msg me.
This on is copic marker of Bristol Vellum. It will be framed to 16×20” in a white frame.
Feathering is when the fibers of the paper are more absorbent and the ink travels along those fibers.
You can mitigate feathering by…
-making sure the ink dries faster.
– letting one ink dry completely before putting another ink directly next to it or overlapping it.
– accounting for the travel of the ink and lay down less ink closer to the edges.
Bleeding is when the ink goes through the paper. This is different from ghosting. Some papers will allow you to see the ink without it bleeding through. If I evaluate marker papers you’ll see ghosting. They almost seem more plastic than paper.
Copic marker says bleeding and ghosting are more features than negatives. If you manage to get a complete replica of the art when you flip the paper over you have saturated the paper and have the truest color that ink and paper will allow.
Heat/cold, humidity, & air flow can influence how much your ink feathers and bleeds.
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