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Caturday: Artist James A. Owen

Today’s Caturday artist is James A. Owen.

This Curator Coloring used Copic markers on the book paper from All the Colors of Magic – A Coloring Book for All Ages.

James A. Owen Cheshire Cat illustration Caturday Coloring by Heidi Berthiaume

 

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Ghost Pirate In Red And Blue – Coloring With Stabilo 68 Markers

James A. Owen's Ghost Pirate in Red and in Blue by Vintage Coloring

While Curator Prime had been instructed in art (drawing and oil painting) at a young age, in more recent years she has focused her attention specifically on the intricacies of Color. In this Curator Coloring, she will present two different color schemes achieved with Stabilo 68 markers on the same coloring page, The Ghost Pirate, by James A. Owen from his All The Colors of Magic – Book 2 coloring book.

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The Green Dragon – Coloring with Copic Markers

James A. Owen's Green Dragon with Copic markers by Vintage Coloring

In on-going admiration, Curator Prime colored another piece by James A. Owen from All The Colors of Magic – Book 1 coloring book. For this Curator Coloring, the image is the Green Dragon, also known as the cover of Here There Be Dragons, the first novel in James’ Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica series.

Presented with over fifty work-in-progress images, Curator Prime will relate how she used Copic markers to provide color to this highly detailed illustration.

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Abraxas House – Coloring with Copic Markers

Abraxas House copic vintage coloring close up tower with sky

As mentioned on the Vintage Coloring About page, Curator Prime loves James A. Owen‘s All The Colors of Magic coloring books which feature his highly detailed illustrations from his Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica novels.

Late last week, ATCOM Books 2-4 showed up at her door and the coloring commenced. Here are a series of works-in-progress pictures, as well as commentary regarding the exact coloring implements used, namely Copic markers, on a page from All The Colors of Magic, Book #3, the Abraxas House.

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