June 2018 Free Digi Club- "Cheers!"

 Get your FREE copy of the  "Cheers!"  digital stamp in June 2018. Vanilla Arts Co stamps are designed especially for use with Copic Markers, colored pencil, even watercolor. Join the Free Digi Club for a new stamp every month! | VanillaArts.com
 
 

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WARNING:  This website page will disappear on the morning of July 6, 2018. It is not enough to simply book mark this page or save the links. You must download and save all printables to your computer if you intend to keep them forever.

 

PNG Digital Stamp (click here)

To save this .png image, click the link above.

  • Right click on the pop up image
  • Click "Save Image As..." and designate a folder.
  • Click "Save"

YouTube Tutorials on using .png images: click here

JPG Version (click here)

This is the same stamp as the PNG version above but saved as a photograph. WARNING: this has a white rectangular background behind the image so it is not suitable for combining with other digital stamps for composite compositions.

  • Right click on the pop up image
  • Click "Save  As...", then give the file a name and designate a folder.
  • Click "Save"

easy print PDF version, 1 image per sheet (click here)

This is the same stamp as the PNG version above but simplified for beginners. It is the same color and size shown in the speed coloring video and prints one image per 8.5x11" sheet. To save this .pdf coloring image, click the link above.

  • Right click on the pop up image
  • Click "Save  As...", then give the file a name and designate a folder.
  • Click "Save"

copic & prismacolor/Luminance recipe Guide (click here)

A list of markers/pencils/pens used in the speed coloring video. Items in order that the color was first introduced (repeats not listed). To save this .pdf recipe sheet, click the link above.

  • Right click on the pop up image
  • Click "Save  As...", then give the file a name and designate a folder.
  • Click "Save"
 

Products used in Cheers:

Note: Affiliate links, see below for details

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Affiliate Programs: Amazon, Dick Blick. Proceeds help to cover the costs associated with the free programs on my website including the Free Digi Club, the Studio Journal, and Vanilla Arts at YouTube.

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vanilla Arts co youtube channel (click here)

Don't forget to subscribe to the Vanilla Arts Co YouTube channel! You'll receive notice as soon as I post new videos every month. And give the video a thumbs up. It takes only a second and your vote helps other colorers find the channel!

 
  Click the image above to be watch the speed color + tips video at YouTube.

Click the image above to be watch the speed color + tips video at YouTube.

 
 

Workshop launches Friday, June 1, 2018

Learn to Color "Cheers!"

If you search the internet for "How to color glass", you're going to get a bunch of blue marker tutorials.

"Use your blue marker to lightly trace the stamp outline of the glass and presto! It looks like clear glass!"

No it doesn't!

I don't know who invented this method but they sure weren't looking at real glass.

Transparent glass is clear, not blue. And even if it were actually transparent AND blue, it certainly wouldn't look blue if the glass was holding champagne, wine, orange juice, or peanut M&Ms.

Transparent glass is a chameleon which changes as the light and surroundings change. It's amazingly fun to color and the process doesn't require a single blue marker!

Join Amy for an introduction to her glass coloring techniques. Bring your eyeballs and your yearning for realism as we begin the study of how to accurately capture the look of glass.

 

Project shown in progress with marker steps completed. Colored pencils are used to add detail and texture.

Online Workshop includes:

  • Forever access, work at your own pace
  • 13 minute Technique Deep Dive video on the anatomy of glass
  • 40 minutes of Copic Marker demonstration video
  • 25 minutes of Colored Pencil demonstration video
  • Cheers! digital stamp in three handy formats (PNG, JPG, or quick print PDF)
  • recipe guide
  • printable full color sample, underpainting guide, detailed color map, and photo reference

Techniques used:

  • Flicking
  • Overflicking
  • Swish & Flick
  • Push & Pull
  • Overpainting
  • Highlights & Lowlights
  • Detail work with colored pencils

"Cheers!" is an intermediate to advanced lesson. It contains technique challenges and does not cover basic blending or beginner marker/pencil techniques.

Workshop launches Friday, June 1, 2018

 

Do you love coloring food?

 Color food with realism using digital stamps from VanillaArts.com
 Color food with realism using digital stamps from VanillaArts.com
 Color food with realism using digital stamps from VanillaArts.com
 
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