Are you looking to improve your coloring skills with Copic Markers? We can help because Sandy Allnock is here today with some tips including how to color & shadow white. And she’s sharing an adorable Easter card sure to inspire you!
Hello coloring friends! It’s Sandy Allnock, back again with more coloring, of course! We’ve got Easter hopping our way on April 12th…so we’d best get rolling on coloring rabbits! This sweet little stamp set from Art Impressions has ART BUNNIES this year!! Yes, little artist bunnies painting eggs…what could be better? Get out your Copic markers and color along!
To stamp them in a connected scene, the left and right bunnies went down first, then I added Eclipse tape masks to block them off.
Then I could stamp the third bunny behind both – and voilá, a connected scene!
Check out the video for the coloring with lots of tips!
Here are the colors I used for this card…
Remember when coloring white, there IS color there even if you don’t think of it as having color. Greys are good, either warms or cools…and I start with my darkest, in this case W5, and work my way to the lightest W00. But that W00 might create some mottled texture – so while wet I just do a couple swipes with the midtone W2 and it tends to blend things together nicely.
Pick whatever colors you like for the eggs, and then add some green grass for them to hang out in, and you’ve got a sweet little Easter scene!
Do you make Easter cards with bunnies on them? Hope this helps you out just a bit!
And today we are having a surprise one-day sale on all Art Impressions…
Head over to the EH shop to treat yourself!