Beautiful autumn color!
Join me for Copic Club classes in November when we'll be tackling the science of color.
We'll look at a complex color run that spans the color wheel from green through purple and I'll teach you the secrets behind developing jaw dropping color from combinations that usually result in mud.
Copic Club is designed for beginning to intermediate level colorers who do not have large collections of Copic markers.
All Copic Club classes use supplies from a single kit. I've chosen 42 markers plus some extra pens and accessories. ALL Copic Club classes will draw from that kit's contents, it won't be every marker for every class but a small assortment from that master kit.
I've met students with massive marker collections full of colors they hardly use. It happens when you take multiple classes with multiple instructors, each instructor works off of a different supply list. The more classes you take, the more infrequent-use markers you collect. Who needs that kind of madness?
I've developed a kit of starter colors that I guarantee will cover a wide variety of images! I'm so confident that this is the ideal beginner assortment that I've challenged myself to stick to nothing but the kit every Friday for a year!
Remember When sells both the kit or the kit contents a la carte- so you can purchase all at once or purchase as each item appears on a class supply list.
How deeply and how quickly you invest in Copic Markers is all up to you!
November Copic Club: Color Science
3 sessions available:
- Wednesday, November 11th from 1:00 to 3:30pm
- Thursday, November 12th from 6:00 to 8:30pm
- Wednesday, November 18th from 6 to 8:30pm
$15.00 per session, includes class pack
Class stamps- Pre-orders now being accepted for Autumn Blueprint" sets. There is also a corresponding die set available.
Reserve your spot and stamp set by calling 586.598.1810
or stop into the store:
21952 23 Mile Road
Stamp: "Autumn Blueprint" the larger set, part of the Tim Holtz Collection for Stampers Anonymous
- Explore long color runs
- Look at Complementary Colors and how to avoid mud or wash-outs
- Learn to add simple, artistic details to your blended areas.