Sweets for the sweet...
I've got a calorie free chocolate treat for you.
"Chocolate Box" is my latest Copic coloring image, a realism challenge for those of you who have been working on capturing more accurate depth and dimension.
This digital stamp is completely free to Free Digi Club subscribers from now until March 2017.
No strings, no spam. It's simply a free image for you to color.
Subscribers to the FDC receive one free image every month, delivered right to your email inbox.
My digital stamps are ideal for Copic marker coloring but they also work great with colored pencil and even watercolor. My stamps are full of wide open spaces to blend and celebrate pretty color. There are no distracting texture marks to get in the way of your creativity!
That's what the "Vanilla" in Vanilla Arts Co. is all about. I give you the vanilla base, you add the hot fudge, the sprinkles, the whipped cream, and the Copic ink.
Perfect for markers or colored pencil
And I've used both (plus some Distress ink!) to create amazing depth and dimension.
Chocolate Box is a realism challenge image. It was drawn for photorealism but you can simplify it for casual coloring.
And it's a large image! Color it full page or half page size. But cardmakers will love this smaller. How about a landscape fold card with a raised die cut sentiment?
Watch me color Chocolate Box:
Take the chocolate box Class!
To get the full details on my Chocolate Box coloring process, take the Marker Painting Basics online class!
Marker Painting Basics lessons are perfect for intermediate colorers and those looking to add more realism to their coloring projects.
We're learning the basics of realism with new challenges every month!
We've used the Push & Pull technique to create lifelike depth but how do you Push a dark object when Copic does not make a marker dark enough to push it with?
It's a problem!
Learn Amy's Pseudo-Black process which creates the correct color for your pushes without guessing or shopping for new markers.
This lesson also includes a bonus segment on my vibrant silk flourish technique.
The best thing about Marker Painting classes: they are NON SEQUENTIAL!
You do not need three months of prior experience to understand the concepts and techniques in this lesson.
If you can handle basic Copic blending method then you're ready to start incorporating real artist techniques into your coloring projects for enhanced realism, depth, and dimension.
Each class stands on it's own as independent learning. You don't have to take six of my other classes to understand this lesson.
All of my Workshop classes are FOREVER ACCESS. Work at your own pace and repeat the project as many times as you'd like.
Come color with me. It's a whole lot of fun!