Simple Christmas Copic Marker Color Combo
It’s a perfect time to start your Christmas Card making. This Simple Christmas Copic Marker Color Combo is elegant with a little bit of a vintage touch, don’t you think?
This is one of the images we will be making in my 4 Week Christmas Card Boot Camp. Registration is now open and will close on August 27th! This class is for all levels of Copic Marker users but we are focusing more on simple coloring since making many Christmas Cards requires a lot of time. This way you can hand-color all of your cards, because I know how much you enjoy coloring, because I do, too!
You can download the Copic Marker Supply list HERE to see what colors I’m using for this class. Of course you don’t have to have these colors. You can use whatever greens, browns etc that you currently have. Afterall, it’s all about the technique of laying down the color.
Coloring Techniques you will learn in this 4 Week Christmas Card Boot Camp:
- Creating snow banks free hand
- Coloring and shading reds
- Using greys to give you more definition
- Coloring a sepia toned image
- Basics of hair and skin coloring
- Creating granite
- Creating shine and glow
- Grounding and backgrounds
- Light source and shadows
Each week I’ll upload a new video. Along with the video there will be a private chat box where we can share our progress, ask questions and make Christmas Card Goals!
Even though this is a 4 week course — you will have LIFETIME access to this course.
This class is only $35 and available for a limited time!
Registration will close on August 27th and the first class will be available on August 28th!
Sounds pretty awesome, right?
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