Computers for Colorers: How to Alter Digital Stamps. Improve your Copic Coloring with Customized Images

Computers for Colorers: How to Alter Digital Stamps.  Improve your Copic Coloring with Customized Images

Computers for Colorers #4: Alter Your Digital Stamps

In today’s issue of Computers for Colorers, Kathy shares her technical expertise and shows us how simple it is to alter digital stamps.

Her easy step-by-step tutorial demonstrates how to alter or eliminate unwanted objects from images and create new variations of your digital stamps.

Computers for Colorers: How to Print Black Digital Stamps in Soft Gray. Improve your Copic Coloring with No-Line Images

Computers for Colorers: How to Print Black Digital Stamps in Soft Gray.  Improve your Copic Coloring with No-Line Images

If you want to color like an artist, you need to actually start coloring like an artist. That means hiding your stamp lines.

Pssstttt… camouflaging your stamp lines is a lot easier when you print in light colors pale gray.

Gray ink? But most digis come in black!

Luckily, we’ve got Kathy for all things tech related. She’s our resident computer geek here at Vanilla Arts Company and she’s here today to share her expertise on printing no-line images to add more realism to our projects!

Sketch Journals: Improve your Copic Marker Coloring by taking beautiful class notes

Sketch Journals: Improve your Copic Marker Coloring by taking beautiful class notes

Confession time!

Do you dream of making cool art journals and sketchbooks with ink pens, Copic Markers, colored pencils, or whatever medium sparks your creative neurons today? Yep. Me too. Because sketching and journaling are so darned important, I’m bringing in an expert…

Computers for Colorers: Scan or Photo? how to choose the best method for sharing Copic Marker projects

Computers for Colorers: Scan or Photo? how to choose the best method for sharing Copic Marker projects

Should you scan or shoot? When the time comes to post Copic Marker or colored pencil coloring projects online, you start to feel a little lost. Should you photograph your artwork with a camera or should you scan it? Which method shows the most accurate color and detail? And which method is the easiest to learn?