Updated: Jan 13
I'm back with two more Copic ink refill swatch videos!
Get ready to view a two-part series covering all of the Earth Tone Copic inks I have in my personal collection.
If you're new to Copic ink, let me give you a short rundown of the company. Copic ink is most widely known for its markers. What is really nice about their markers is they are refillable. The refills contain alcohol ink and can be used for alcohol ink painting. They offer a wide variety of colors (358) to pick from, and that is what makes them unique compared to other alcohol inks on the market.
The Earth Tone series is a total of 53 hues. I have 31 of the hues, and you'll be able to view those inks in the two videos below.
Video one features the following colors:
E01 Flamingo Pink
E04 Lipstick Natural
E07 Light Mahogany
E09 Burnt Sienna
E11 Barley Beige
E13 Light Suntan
E15 Dark Suntan
E17 Reddish Brass
E21 Soft Sun
E25 Caribe Cocoa
E29 Burnt Umber
E31 Brick Beige
Video two features the following colors:
E40 Brick White
E42 Sand White
E50 Egg Shell
E55 Light Camel
E70 Ash Rose
E74 Cocoa Brown
E93 Tea Rose
E95 Tea Orange
E99 Baked Clay
If you're new to the Copic ink refill swatch video series I'm launching weekly, let me give you a rundown of why I'm doing what I'm doing.
One of the biggest complaints I had when I first started painting with alcohol ink was I couldn't find color swatches for Copic inks.
I know that more resources are available than when I first started painting, but many of the resources require you to scour the web. That's why I've been trying to think of a way to share what I have with others more beneficially, and it is finally happening. I've finally created a swatch video of all of the Copic ink colors I have in my personal collection to share with all of you. I don't have all of the Copic inks (yet), but I have close to 230, which is a fair amount.
Yes, there are photos of the colors available from other artists and even some videos, but this is a video where I swatch each of the colors using 91% iso with each ink and talk about what's happening with the inks in real-time. I even discuss texture and undertones.
Since I'll be doing a series of multiple videos on all of the swatches, I suggest subscribing to my YouTube channel, so you're notified of new videos ;)
Watch the video below to see the full overview and descriptions:
I hope you enjoyed this video. If you have ideas for future video feel free to submit them using my contact form www.mandymarieart.com/contact
Also, if you're wondering how to decipher the Copic ink number system check out my blog post here: https://www.mandymarieart.com/post/deciphering-copic-inks