Here is a quick little video on some shading basics.
In a little less than four weeks, my beautiful niece Lily turns 13 and this Saturday, we’re sitting down to plan a little party for her and her friends. In doing so, I am reminded why I picked up stamping as a hobby and what it means to create one of a kind cards and items with thought and love behind each piece.
With each project I take on, the time I spend laughing, learning and bonding with my nieces, the closer we become. I feel like I am passing on knowledge, exchanging stories and creating new memories. My projects always individually reflect the uniqueness of the person and event. I see stamping as a hobby that brings people together. Stamping, from start to finish, often leaves a lasting impression well after the project reaches an end. I love that my joys are incorporated into a hobby that leaves a ripple effect and at the end of the day, I’m happiest knowing that something I did, passed along a smile.
So tell me, why do you love your hobby?
Here is a quick little video talking about the very basics of Copics.
Welcome to the new iCopic blog, created to bring Copic enthusiasts from all across the globe together to share technique and ideas. Let’s face it, hobbies and passions are much more than a past time, great hobbies inspire creativity, bring about positive change and bring people together. Our blog devoted to all things Copic is a platform to share a mutual excitement, passion and creativity that is inspired by the action of bringing an idea to life. So whether you use your Copics to create cards that share well wishes or to showcase your talents as a manga artist, this blog is your platform to share and express your art.
Our blog will host many designers with different techniques, offering tutorials to share at all levels of experience, from beginner to advance. Our community of Copic users will be able to see how new products are used and the various ways they can be applied before committing to the purchase of the thousands of items on the market today. Users will be able to comment, view video demonstrations and add suggestions and images from their own experience with the various techniques and product demonstration.
We would welcome any of our members who would like to post videos or project images to our blog to email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Project images – If possible please include your name and blog address on the image so that we can provide credit to the right designer/blogger.
- All necessary tools to recreate the project.
- A step by step project color instruction. Please be detailed so other community members can maximize their projects.
We are so excited to see the creativity that this blog will ignite and the people that it will bring together!