'tis the season!
"Festive Cranberry" is first of my holiday themed 2017 stamps and it's completely free to Free Digi Club subscribers from now until December 1st, 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, the Copic ink, and lots of leaves!
I love red!
And I love Christmas so I always jump at the chance to do an image that's red, red, red with a bit of red on the side!
"Festive Cranberry" is also a great chance for my marker and colored pencil students to practice their realism skills. How round and deep can you get these berries?
Technique for this level of realism is covered in this class.
Want More Christmas?
If you enjoy coloring Festive Cranberry, you might want to check out my digital stamp shop!
Fair Isle Stocking and Snowman Supplies are also perfect for your holiday cards, gift tags, or even as framed art. Both come with marker + colored pencil recipes
take a Christmas class!
"Cool Peppermint" is another fun blast of Christmas realism.
Forever access, work at your own pace. Includes digital stamp.
Learn the concept of Universal Shading and apply it to this image full of stripes. You'll be amazed at the colors we use to get these lifelike and tasty holiday candies.
Want to learn the cranberry technique?
I don't have a class based upon "Festive Cranberry" because I'm hard at work on the Colored Pencil Plus course and converting my Patreon account to a live broadcast class for Patreon.
But never fear, the technique I use to get these cranberries so rounded and appetizing is extactly like the "Very Cherry" image used in my "Gray Matter" class here.