Be sure to print the image on Copic compatible paper, and I recommend you use laser printer so the ink doesn't smear when you color over the lines. But if you dont have this then you can still play just know you might not get the same results.
Grab your Copics: YG67, YG63, YG03, E57, E35, E33, R59, R46, R35, 0
Using your YG03 I like to color the spot that I want highlighted. This gives me a point of reference.
Add YG67 to the area you wish to have the shadows.
Next you will use YG63 and slightly overlapping the darkest (YG67) color in small circles until they are blended.
Bring back in the YG03 over all leaf to blend and make it pop. Don't over do it or you will need to bring the darkest shade back in again.
Now we will work on the chocolate. Using E33 I color the area I wish to be the lightest so I have reference. You can color each section separate to keep the paper moist as you work rather then all 3 sections at once, but i am doing this as reference so you can visually see it.
Get your E57 and color the area you wish to have as the shadow
Using the medium brown tone E35 soften the dark line and work your way outward
bring back in the lightest E33 to smooth out the medium tone and feather into the area that is going to remain light.
It's time for reds....Grab the E35 and color the portion that you wish to have as the highlighted area
Now add in your shadow with the R59
And to blend it add the R46 to smooth the R59 out...
And finish it off by smoothing them all out with the R35 again
Lastly...yup, we are almost done...
I added some deep shadows under a few of the leaves with the R59 and used the Blender pen (0) to remove some of the ink for shiny highlights. I used W3 to put a shadow under the strawberries to finish it off.
Thank you for playing along. I would love to see what you have done with this image/coloring as I am sure Beccy would too. See you again soon with some more FUN!