Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Video Coloring Tutorial

Don't these colors look yummy! I wanted to do another quick copic marker tutorial so I thought it would be fun to play with some of Kim Hughes images, they are perfect for coloring! Keep scrolling to click on the video with some copic coloring tips.
Don't forget to check out my previous post for Kritter release info! I'm just a tad chatty today! LOL!
Here is the full card. I stamped and colored images from "baked with love" then placed them randomly on my card. This card fits into a business envelope.
Here are the card deets:
Baked With Love (Cornish Heritage Farms)
Espresso (adirondack)
Baby Pink Light, Suede Brown Dark, Spring Willow Light, Simply Smooth White (Prism)
Circle cutter (EK Success), Copic Markers, Primas and brads


Kerry Johnson said...

Awesome as always Sherrie!! I love your video tutorials - thanks so much for taking the time to put them together! Such an adorable card too!

Linda Carson said...

You're such a jewel Sherrie to make these videos. They are priceless. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Very cute card and your tutorial was great!

Anonymous said...

Your blog is just wonderful!!! I love what you have done with the video tutorial here...TFS

ScrapnVA said...

What a fun card!! Thank you! I'll be sure to stop by again, soon. (from SCS)

Jana M. said...

Sherrie, I love the tutorial! I refer to your coloring tips often. Thanks so much. This one was super helpful! You rock!!!

Stampin_Melissa said...

Thanks so much for posting this tutorial! I have bought some COPICS, but I have been afraid to use them since so many talk about the "learning curve" and they post such beautiful creations. I really need to "see" the blending and layering that people keep talking about. Watching your video really helped me! Thanks!

Juanita B said...

What an adorable card!!
Your video is so very helpful, THANK YOU. It is also WONDERFUL to hear your voice. TFS.

Anonymous said...

Loved your copic coloring video. Came in handy as I am a new owner of these great markers.

Anonymous said...

I thank you for your excellent tutorials. You are a wonderful teacher. It is much appreciated!!

Orcinus said...

Very economical method! Some people on deviantart end up shelling more cash by getting markers that are close to each other in shade.

~~Deby said...

Can I ask...does your lighter colored marker get stained from dabbing it on the darker one?