Eight of the current 334 Copic Sketch markers are fluorescent colors. They're fabulous neon shades of pure happiness. I made some time to play with these colors with the hopes of helping you to see why you would want to add these markers to your Copic collection. I'll show a small sampling of how I added these colors to some Dover digital images printed on Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80# using my Canon Pixma i6600D ink jet printer.
These neon colors are absolutely m*a*g*i*c*a*l and perfect for filling images of enchanted things:
like this baby griffin . . .
and this magnificent winged horse . . .
Don't you agree that this treasured image of an underwater fantasy creature looks stunning in all its effervescence?
Oh, can't you just feel the magic emanating from these images of enchanted things? I haven't even added any atyou Spica yet. There are no special effects with Opaque White. I faded a little, in places, with Colorless Blender, but haven't added any shading in the neon areas.
These flourescent colors will make the most magnificent airbrushed backgrounds too!
You have to see, in person, how these colors glow under a black light. I've included this photo to give you a fair idea. This picture really doesn't do it any justice! I'll keep trying to get a better night-scene photo to share another time.
I feel a really cool, totally magical, Colors of Copics-Shades of Neon class coming on . . . Get ready! LOL!
I'm so glad that you stopped by . . .