Tuesday, October 14, 2014

This is for one of my old golfing buddies who happens to love pink.  The golfer girl stamp is from Stampin' Bella called "Teeoffabella"  Very easy to color with Copics since the image is so small.  Not much room for blending!  I made the argyle background on the front and the strip inside using the "Argyle Backdrops" stamp set from Lawn Fawn.  Ribbon is from May Arts and the sequins from Doodlebug.

Another Roberto's Rascals stamps, this one called "Good Morning Sue".  I made this for my friend, Sue who is having a birthday. :0)  The hair was a challenge to color what with all those curlers in there!  So I just made it look like she has a chunky hair color job!  At least that's what I was going for!  Designer paper is by My Mind's Eye.  I thought it looked a bit like her PJs.

Recent Cards

Love these stamps from C. C. Design, Roberto's Rascals line.  This one is called "Coffee Sue".  The sentiment inside is from Amy R.'s "Rumor Has It…" stamp set.  Colored "Sue" with Copics and used one of My Minds Eye designer paper packs.  Doodlebug sequins.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Copic Class - Day 7

Today's class involved using difficult colors: red, black and white.  Sandy showed us how to create folds in fabric (see the cute robot's cape) which I also applied to the little bat robot's wings.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Copic Class - Day 6

Day 6 covered coloring critters and fur.  So much fun!  I can see referring back to this class video frequently.

Copic Class - Day 5

I'm late posting these but Day 5 of the online Copic class covered coloring skin and hair.  I have a lot of stamps of people images so this is going to come in quite handy!  Now it's one thing to copy the teacher when coloring the image - the big challenge will come when I'm on my own!

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Online Copic Class - Day 4

Today we learned about light source and shading.  Boy do I need a lot of practice at this!