Monthly Copic Club. Beginner level and casual coloring. | VanillaArts.com
 

Beginner Coloring Classes- Two Locations!

Macomb County: Remember When Scrapbooking

21952 23 Mile Road. Macomb Township, Michigan 586.598.1810  

 

Oakland County: Bee Creative Retreat

Oxford, Michigan  248.274.4719

 
"Lunch Line" a lesson on color sculpting the shape of objects with Copic Markers. | VanillaArts.com

august Lesson: Color Sculpting

Image: "Lunch Line" by Stampendous

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What is Copic Club?

Join Amy for casual coloring in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. This is a beginning level class with optional challenges for more advanced colorers.

If you're just starting out with Copic markers, if you want to improve your blending, or simply want to chat as you color in a stress-free environment- then this is the class for you!

Club classes are non-sequential. If you miss one class (or seventeen), do not worry that you've missed to much to rejoin the class because we revisit the same essential topics every 2-3 months using different images and different colors. Come as often or as infrequently as you wish.

This is a great class for absolute beginners

NO drawing skills required. We use commercial stamp images with wide, open coloring spaces.      

RSVP required, spaces are limited

 
 
"Beachies" a lesson on coloring simplified skin tones with Copic Markers. Class covers 3 ethnic groups- includes Ultra Pale Caucasian, Native Belt, and Mid-Aftrican Warm. | VanillaArts.com

July copic club:

Remember When (Macomb Twp.)

  • Wednesday, July12th from 1:00 to 3:30pm

  • Thursday, July 13th from 6:00 to 8:30pm

Reserve space for Remember When classes by calling Remember When Scrapbooking at 586.598.1810.

Bee Creative (Oxford)

  • Sorry, no July Oxford session due to event conflicts. Class resumes in August.

Lesson: Simplified Skin Tones & Hair

A lesson by request. Learn to expand the range of skin tones you can create with your Copic Markers. I've carefully pared down my own list of markers to just the most essential to getting three distinct skin tones with matching hair, proving that you don't need to own every E marker to cover every ethnicity.

New skin tones covered include:

  • Ultra Pale Caucasian (with freckles)
  • Native Belt (Central America, South America, Middle East, Mountain Asia)
  • Mid African Warm Brown

Discussed but not demonstrated: Asian, Tan Caucasian, and Dark African

Stamp: "Beachies" by C. C. Designs

Medium: Copic Marker & Prismacolor Premier Pencils

Level: moderate beginner with potential challenges

 
"Lunch Line" a lesson on color sculpting the shape of objects with Copic Markers. | VanillaArts.com

August copic club:

Remember When (Macomb Twp.)

  • Wednesday, August 9th from 1:00 to 3:30pm

  • Thursday, August 10th from 6:00 to 8:30pm

Reserve space for Remember When classes by calling Remember When Scrapbooking at 586.598.1810.

Bee Creative (Oxford)

  • Wednesday, August 9th from 6:00 to 9:00pm

Reserve space for the Bee Creative class by purchasing here.  Sorry, no walk-ins.

Lesson: color sculpting objects for dimension

A perfect lesson for complete beginners and Copic novices!

Does your coloring lack depth and dimension? What is dimension anyway?

Dimension is the shape of objects. Join us for a beginner level lesson in making rounded objects look round. This clever little ant image is full of items that all have rounded edges, you'll learn how to select the correct Copics and colored pencils to make each object look anything but flat!

Challenges available in every class for intermediate to advanced students.

Stamp: "Lunch Line" by Stmapendous

Medium: Copic Marker & Prismacolor Premier Pencils

Level: complete beginner with potential challenges

 

Looking Ahead:

Upcoming Copic Club classes at Remember When. Stamps are available for pre-order. Call 586.598.1810 or stop by the store.

June 2017: Ready for another fur lesson? Prior classes have used gel pens for fur texture, this time Amy shows you how to create soft and subtle fur with colored pencils. This technique is so addictive, you'll be adding it to everything in your entire stamp collection!

June 2017: Ready for another fur lesson? Prior classes have used gel pens for fur texture, this time Amy shows you how to create soft and subtle fur with colored pencils. This technique is so addictive, you'll be adding it to everything in your entire stamp collection!

July 2017 "Beachies" by C. C. Designs. Learn to color three different skin tones and how to prevent the pitfalls that come when you use pre-prepared skin recipes gathered from the internet or from instructors.

July 2017 "Beachies" by C. C. Designs. Learn to color three different skin tones and how to prevent the pitfalls that come when you use pre-prepared skin recipes gathered from the internet or from instructors.

August 2017: Hungry? We're tackling a food image and you'll be amazed at the realism we get from this simple cartoon stamp! "Lunch Line" by Stampendous.

August 2017: Hungry? We're tackling a food image and you'll be amazed at the realism we get from this simple cartoon stamp! "Lunch Line" by Stampendous.

September 2017: Learn and practice the Push & Pull technique, Amy's signature method for creating realistic depth. Plus we'll do some wood technique and highlighting with this versatile Lawn Fawn set called "Thanks a Bushel".

September 2017: Learn and practice the Push & Pull technique, Amy's signature method for creating realistic depth. Plus we'll do some wood technique and highlighting with this versatile Lawn Fawn set called "Thanks a Bushel".

 
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Class Materials:

All club classes work from a limited master supply kit. Each class will draw supplies from the master kit; this means every supply you purchase for Copic Club will be used in several classes. No more buying single-use marker colors! 

The kit can be gradually purchased as colors are called for. Contact Shannon at Remember When to discuss her introductory kit price- it's a great deal!

Any non-kit items on the supply list are entirely optional.

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