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Topic: Who has lots of copic colors? I have a question :)  (Read 1092 times)
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« on: July 23, 2011 02:23:56 AM »

I am looking for copic marker colors that are super bright. I posted this drawing to show what I use it for. In this one I used a color called shock pink (RV04) which is a super bright color, almost neon. It helps me to get the flowers bright, like real flowers are (well.. I hope I get it like that Tongue).
On the picture the super pink pink is not really that visible, but its pretty bright.
And I am looking for more colors like that, like super bright orange, yellow, purple, blue.. etc, all colors that are 'neon'ish.

On the caps of the markers you cannot really see which color has this neon quality to it and which one has not. So I can only find out by asking, maybe others have colors that are super bright.
Who has copic colors that are like neon colors? And if you do, what is the color name and number?

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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2011 12:00:08 PM »

I have just the one Cerise RV06 a very bright pink ,
you could ask at the Copic website perhaps ?
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« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2011 07:43:19 AM »

well, I have about 40 copics, and usually I go for the softer colours. But I think V04 and B00 are fairly bright, not quite a neon but still intense.
I would suggest finding a local art supply store, not micheals (their copics are $7 each, which is $3 more than I've ever paid,) adn ask if they would be willing to get a Copic catelouge. The catelouge tends to have hue and intensities extremely accurate. This is what I've done for the last 3 years. The art store I use has to special order them for me, but it only takes about 4 days for the order to come in. Regretfully, this plan does tend to place you at an art store often...and I have never made it out without buying more than needed Smiley

By the way, I love the picture Smiley

« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2012 02:23:21 AM »

I have Blue Violets shade of copic colors. Why don't you try for its official website there you will get all shades with color codes.
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