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Rosen Trevithick

About Rosen Trevithick

Rosen was born in Cornwall. She studied psychology at Oxford before moving back to the West Country.

Readers have downloaded over a quarter of a million copies of Rosen's books. Several titles have broken into the Amazon charts, including a number 1 humorous fiction bestseller.

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22.12.2016 12:21

Copic Blending Hand Colour Chart

There are many great Copic colour charts out there but all the ones I've found feature discrete boxes rather than areas to try out your blending groups. With the true beauty of Copic markers being the ability to blend them, it seems a shame to separate your colours when making your own chart.

Download the Copic Blending Hand Colour Chart

I've knocked up a hand colour chart that you can print and use to try out your blending groups. One of the real advantages of this method is that you can easily tell whether or not you can jump a colour when choosing which markers to add to your collection. For example, E33 and E35 blend acceptably without E34, so I'll save money and buy a colour that really is needed to bridge a gap, like G24.

Using the Copic blending colour chart

An example using the Copic blending hand colour chart

Blank Copic blending hand colour chart

Blank Copic blending hand colour chart

Thanks to Paigee Draw whose Copic-hex colour conversion list was very useful when testing my chart.

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