The Dance of the Fabulous Fae Sisters (Plus Mii) by HoneyNutFemios

The Dance of the Fabulous Fae Sisters (Plus Mii)

HoneyNutFemios

21 August 2017 at 11:45:09 MDT

Garnet belongs to Rebecca Sugar and Cartoon Network
Bayonetta belongs to Hideki Kamiya(?)
Caddicarus belongs to Caddicarus

Art and Mii belongs to me

So these are the Fabulous Fae Sisters (or siblings) in my playthrough of Miitopia. The song in their dance is catchy.

I am in the flower suit because I took 'Flower' as my third and final job in my playthrough as well.

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    I love the way you color~! What markers do you use? :)

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      I also used colored pencil for this so if things look a little chalky, it is because of that.

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      I use a combination: Mainly PaperMate, Copic, and Prismacolor. I also use Utrecht and Faber Castiel occasionally. I used a white Gel pen for this piece but I recommend for shinier pieces to use a Molotow acrylic marker. It is messy but better emphasizes the shine.

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        I'll have to remember that acrylic marker for the whites............sometimes the gel pens aren't completely reliable. XD I also have a Faber-Castell (those are my fave inking pens) white large marker which I often use for starry skies. It makes a nice semi-transparent white that works well for stars against dark backgrounds.

        I usually use a mix of Prismas and Copics myself................but a lot of my Prismas died horrible deaths in our horrid heat wave last summer. If you've never seen a Prismacolor marker explode/leak..........you're very lucky. chuckle

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          That literally happens to my Copic markers on occasion LOL. Like I am coloring something and BAM instant ink leakage all over the picture.

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            I was surprised my Copics held up better than my Prismas, but my Prismas were at least two years older than most of my Copic collection. So............age+heat=ick. XD

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              That makes sense. Thanks for letting me know.

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                Yep! :)

                My Prismas were my first pro markers, I got them when our Blick Art Supply closed about 15 years ago--a whole 250 marker set for just under $100. Most of my collection of Copics I built up by buying 6-color sets or individual markers over the past 10 years, using coupons at Michael's. The Prismas lasted long (except for my black and crimson red, which I was always replacing) and had a loved life. :)

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                  That is interesting. I recently saw a Blick store during my college years at school. They bought Utrecht which is what I occasionally use for my work.

                  Copic though has been my first official marker due to my weeaboo nature especially in my teen years.

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                    I really miss our Blick store.......we don't have dedicated art supply stores around here anymore. I'm hoping they finish the high-speed rail they're promising for 2018, because then I can make day trips to Chicago where there's a Blick and other art supply stores.

                    I've heard of Utrecht, but never seen them. Windsor & Newton is like the new brand Michael's and Hobby Lobby are hyping.

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                      I have seen them before. I bought one of their blender markers (I know. A real shock) but I thought it would make something I've drawn stick on something.

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                        I know one of their hypes was the white blender........and I was curious to know what that one does!

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                          A colorless blender (Copic has these too) is meant to help blend marker shades together. Of course, there is a way to make it blend without using it.

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                            Yeah, I've had more success using the markers to blend each other rather than the colorless blender--I don't think I know how to use it properly to much success. XD

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                              Lol I had a dumb idea though. You start dark and then go lighter. The blending looks more natural that way and doesn't spill over the outline that way.

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                                Yeah, I do that a lot. I kinda figure out my shadows/shade for the darkest color and then just graduate to each color in a section. It really does look the best! :D