Almost Autumn


Experimenting with Copic marker pens as Autumn approaches!

Markers are faster than watercolours but on the downside they are even less forgiving. Like a red wine stain on your Axminster, once the colours on the page there’s no taking it off. The only thing you can do is add more darker colours on top, which means it’s best to start with the lighter colours first. I also used a blender marker which as its name suggests blends one colour into another!Autumn approachLake view

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About Mark Hodgson

Designer and creative professional based in Jutland, Denmark

9 comments

  1. These look great! I use prismacolor markers for my interior design renderings, but I have heard great things about copic as well!

    • I guess they’re pretty much the same thing, I like them because your kind of forced to be decisive with your mark making and they dry quicker than watercolours…!

  2. Steven

    These are lovely, so much life to them!

  3. Spotless Mind ID

    I love it so much! I really really do 🙂

  4. Beautiful! That torquoise sea is just gorgeous!

  5. Wow Mark, what a lovely fluid touch you have and the colour is stunning.

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