Hand-coloring

Interrupting the reposts for some new art:
Four hand-colored images that were especially made for me to try out different markers. Each has a mix of real Copic markers, inexpensive knockoffs from the local discount store, and digital Copic tones added in Sketchbook on iPad Pro.
-Abúi the faerie from Abúi’s Travels in a tutu
-Portrait of Kel from Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan
-Owen from Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan at work
-Atra from Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan looking frazzled.

Pen and ink drawing of Abúi wearing a green tutu, colored using inexpensive Copic marker knockoffs.
Pen and ink drawing of Abúi wearing a green tutu, colored using inexpensive Copic marker knockoffs.
Portrait of Kel. India ink and Copic markers, plus digital coloring for those tones I don't yet have Copic markers for.
Portrait of Kel. India ink and Copic markers, plus digital coloring for those tones I don’t yet have Copic markers for.
The witch Atra looking frazzled, presumably from a hangover. Brush pen, Copic markers (real ones) and digital coloring for the tones I don't yet have Copics for.
The witch Atra looking frazzled, presumably from a hangover. Brush pen, Copic markers (real ones) and digital coloring for the tones I don’t yet have Copics for.
Lance-Constable Owen at work after dark. The predominant tones including the blanks are Copic markers, but his face has been extensively redone digitally.
Lance-Constable Owen at work after dark. The predominant tones including the blanks are Copic markers, but his face has been extensively redone digitally.