So, if you wish to begin out with 10, for instance, just pick a 3 of your favorite colours and get sets of them, together with a Colorless Blender Pen. I love the gentle colours and your coloring is wonderful. The no line Copic coloring is a murals. I may go broke shopping for all these Altenew products. I love the scale of the Statement Flowers set.
But I did need to mention that these aren’t just markers that are wonderful for primary coloring. This card options the new stamp set referred to as Tooth Fairy from Cassie Loizeaux. Her beautiful lady image comes again however this time as a tooth fairy! I simply love her enchanting starry costume.
Next, we now have this tremendous sweet set referred to as Love You Bunnies. I stamped the pictures in copic friendly ink and colored with copic markers.
The motion and beauty of this floral illustration is just beautiful… I couldn’t resist making multiple playing cards with multiple mediums. I like the look of bright vibrant flowers on dark backgrounds. And this time I decided to make use of Copic Markers and Altenew Artist Markers and colour not only flowers, but also the background.
Thank you for an opportunity to win three colors that I don’t have. I am a follower of yours, and Debbie Olsen. I actually have ordered from Ellen Hutson. There are many methods that you can use Copics for. It is not only about primary coloring.
For my second project, I used the Statement Flowers once more, this time performing some no-line coloring with my Copic markers. With all of this Covid-19 insanity taking place on the earth, it was truly therapeutic to simply sit down and do some coloring on a gorgeous floral. I then die reduce it using the coordinating dies. You’ll notice that I had a little bit of a love affair with the completely amazing Statement Flowers stamps and dies.
I used Beautiful blossoms stamp set and Tall Alpha Die Set from Altenew. Shown above are the Copic Sketch markers that I used to color the die cut pieces from the Freshly Picked Die-namics.
I actually love those Dog Rose dies and the white on white is beautiful. So a lot to like in this unbelievable release. Those watercolors are to die for. I love the colour you selected and of course you made the most stunning playing cards.
I actually have realized that I don’t do a whole lot with yellow, so I thought I’d create a easy yellow, black, and white project with some fairly watercoloring! I started by stamping the image from Statement Flowers utilizing Obsidian Black ink on an A2 panel of the Altenew Watercolor Paper. I then used the Altenew Artists’ Watercolors to add plenty of element and shading to this beautifully swish floral swag.
- I then die minimize it using the coordinating dies.
- With all of this Covid-19 madness taking place on the earth, it was actually therapeutic to only sit down and do some coloring on a stunning floral.
- You’ll notice that I had a little bit of a love affair with the absolutely wonderful Statement Flowers stamps and dies.
- For my second project, I used the Statement Flowers once more, this time doing some no-line coloring with my Copic markers.
- The motion and beauty of this floral illustration is simply gorgeous… I couldn’t resist making a number of playing cards with a number of mediums.
- I just like the look of shiny vibrant flowers on dark backgrounds.
Jennifer–liked all the data that you just gave. I actually have picked up a few Copic pens once I have the cash. I even have made a few playing cards with the pens. I just have to maintain getting extra colours. I want to take a class and learn the proper approach to do issues.
Your work jogs my memory that spring will be coming soon. A time of renewal for all of us. Thanks for sharing your talent with us. The new watercolors are simply superb.
I really love the bright colors. These are a few of the loveliest cards I actually have ever seen! I love the bright colours and the water coloring. The coloring on the wonderland flowers is attractive.
The tablecloth is one other white cardstock die reduce, utilizing a Stitched Mini Scallop Squares die. My pale yellow background is just blended ink. Even although my second card is not a sketch card, I needed to share it for a second possibility utilizing the Freshly Picked Die-namics. BOTH methods work simply nice–one isn’t higher than the other. I simply favor coloring my cardstock pieces.
I have purchased several units of the bic mark its, simply to see if my palms would do it and for center age palms that have had carpal tunnel, they don’t seem to be bad. Using inexpensive markers to begin has made me notice, I would actually enjoy utilizing copics. So, it could be one thing I ask for at Christmas or Birthday. Thanks for all of your nice data, I love that you share like that. If you’re getting began, I do not advocate simply going out and buying random colours you happen to like.
I coloured her up with copic markers. I love each the cards you made using Statement flowers stamp set. I didn’t assume Altenew’s stamps might get any higher, but I just love Statement flower set. You made such beautiful cards with this set.
You can blend, create patterns, feather, etc. I will be sure to share these with you on my weblog by way of movies.
For this card I used Sketched Flowers Stamp Set from Simon Says Stamp and Zig Kuretake Art&Graphic Watercolor Markers. To make extra attractive view I added Nuvo Moonstone Glimmer Paste. Shown above are the Copic Sketch markers that I used to color the Birthday Buds photographs. Today I’m enjoying together with the My Favorite Things Stamps Birthday Project Challenge.
The palette is so beautiful and I love the luscious violet shade with the pink flowers on the lid of the palette. I prefer to carry the watercolors out of the tin to work with them sometimes. The watercolors are so creamy and exquisite. You can use them straight out of the palette or create a wash like I did on the background.
Then used the coordinating die to cut them out. Can I use different art mediums in my entry in addition to Copic products? I even have really contemplated using copics, the value is holding me again.
This week’s Birthday Project Challenge involves usinghearts on the birthday card. I selected the Lots of Hearts Cover-Up Die-namics, with watercolor paper and Color Burst powders. I paired that background with pictures from the candy Birdie Brown Birthday Buds stamp set, released earlier this month.