Thursday, December 9, 2010
These amazingly beautiful albums are so fun to color. We will color so many different mediums with Copics, The Copic Air brush system as well as Copic refill inks. We will be coloring canvas, pearls, rhinestones, lace, ribbon, metal and more... so fun. the Album comes with two canvas pages and additional pages can be purchased at a very reasonable price! Too Fun! Some stores will also have a card to be done along with this beautiful project. Aren't those prima flowers and stencils awesome!
Several color combinations to choose from: Denim (with trim in pink or red), or Brown with trim in blue or peachy salmon.
You can add all sort of pages into this awesome album... 8 x 8" chipoard, canvas or standard clear page protectors.
These fun projects have several different techniques on them. The watering Can shows how to color a metal cylinder object, subtle cast shadowing, and the wood tag will have greeting of your choice. Grass is texturized using terry cloth and Copic blending solution. Canvas bag makes a cute gift bag for a few cards or small gift. It is airbrushed with Copic markers, and also allows guests the opportunity to color on several different mediums including pearls, rhinestones, paper and fabric flowers, metal and more. The background is airbrushed using the Copic Air Brush System and Prima stencils. The ribbon is died using the Copic refills.
Here are a few of the cards I will be teaching in several stores this January. All of these images are by My Favorite Things. That awesome red heart paper is from My Little Yellow Bicycle tooooo cute! Several Copic Techniques will be used on each card. The little wagon is actually stamped on wood with buttons added on top. The little girls dress is paper pieced and shadowed using copics behind her arm. The little girl with the blue dress has had polka dots added to her dress by using the Copic blender pen. The flower pot also shows how to color a cylinder object and her hair has been extended using the Copic multiliner. The nurse card is my very favorite. I used Spellbinders
dies to create the pieces on which she is mounted. I colored the background by masking the image and using my copic air brush, I also altered the color of the background paper, flowers and lace. Several skin and hair color suggestions will be included for different ethnic colored skin.
Skin: E00,E 11, E 13
dress/apron/shoes: R24, R27, N1, n3, N5
Hair/prescription: E30, E33, E35, E37
Pulling for you:
Pinks: R81, R83
Browns: E30, E33, E35
skin: e000, E01, E03
shoes: N1, N3
Hair: e33, E35, E37
Sky: airbrushed b01
Dress: b91, b93 or B41, B45 or any two blues that blend well
Sky: airbrushed B01
grass: G30, G82 (blender solution on terry cloth)
Hair: Y32, E33
water can: R22, R24, R27
skin: E000, E00, E01
Swing girl and flower girl:
add Y32, Y35, Y38