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Guest Designer Sunday with Kelly Latevola

Written by Valerie Ward. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects), Guest Designer Sunday

Good morning, Crafters and welcome to another MarkerPOP! Guest Designer Sunday!

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I can’t believe it’s August already! And with the start of a new month, we have our next Guest Designer, and this month that will be Kelly Latevola and her blog, You and Your Big Dreams!

You and Your Big Dreams

Kelly Latevola

Kelly is using the newly released Stamping Bella Rubber Stamp: Tiny Townie Amanda is Awesome. Her card is gorgeous, and her already written post for me is great! She’ll take it from here!…
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As soon as I saw this image I saw a sunset background. I tried some other ideas but this sunset refused to be ignored. I’m glad it was so insistent. I love the way it came out 🙂

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I started by stamping my image on watercolor paper using a Copic safe ink. Normally, you wouldn’t use this with a watercolor piece but I masked it with Liquid Friskett so it didn’t bleed. It’s really easy, you just paint it on with a paintbrush and let it dry. I keep a paintbrush that is entirely devoted to this because even when you clean it right away it still stays a bit sticky.  Once the mask is dry add in your watercolor background. I used my Zig markers to add color directly to the paper. I did go in an order that made sense for a sunset but it’s okay to have fun too. I added a bit of pink up near the blue just for some variation. Using a wide brush add water to your background. I chose to do sweeping strokes from left to right. These markers blend so easy! Truly, this took me maybe 30 seconds and it was gorgeous all by itself! Once the background is dry you can pick up the mask by rubbing your fingertips or an eraser across the surface. It peels up really easily.

I colored the stamped portion with Copic markers. When coloring an image where the light source is in front of your image only the edges will have any kind of light. Everything else will be mostly in shadow. I colored the image like I normally would with no consideration for the light source. Then I went back in with darker colors and lots of grays to get the shadows right.  I also added some copic marker to my grass to make it look more realistic. I used my white gel pen to add some detail to her dress. Whenever I’m done coloring I always outline my image with a Copic multiliner to help it stand out from the background.

The sentiment that comes in this set is hysterical but I only wanted to use the “I Miss You” so I masked the rest of it before inking my stamps. This is a great way to get more mileage out of what you already have. I used post its but you can use whatever you have on hand. Tape or scrap paper will work just as well.

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Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers : Yellow, Bright Yellow, Orange, Pink, Light Violet, Violet, Cobalt Blue, Persian Blue, Blue, Deep Blue.
Copic Markers: E34, E55, E57, E59, E29, Y00, Y11, Y02, Y15, YR24, V01, V12, V04, V06, V09, YG06, G05, G07, G17, C01, C03, C05
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Beautiful, Kelly! Thank you so much! I, myself, don’t have those Zig Markers – yikes, I think I’ll have to invest in some now!

Have a wonderful rest-of-your-weekend, Crafters, and don’t forget you have one more week for the current Challenge: Anything Goes!

MarkerPop! Biweekly Challenge #74: Anything Goes

Coloring With Hikka! Week 49

Written by Hikka. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects), Tutorials

I won’t lie…my own birthday distracted me this week. BUT! I got a little somethin’ somethin’.

Just a sketch I had lying around, decided to play around with grayscale again. Drawn on copic sketchbook and inked with Copic Multiliner SP + cool gray and of course shaded in with some ShinHan Touch Twin Brush markers.

 I started off with just inking the hair, was mostly giving super duper high contrast a try, so I didn’t line everything right off the bat, just wanting to keep my focus one place at a time. So I start off with 120 for the major part of the hair. While some parts were done with tip to tip blends of CG0.5, BG3, BG7, BG9.

Then to add in some more details, part of the top was done with CG9, while the stars and collar were shaded in with ink. The headband was inked with black and cool grey. Also, there is a veil, which some of the hair was under, so i of course used my colorless blender to create the transparent look with CG0.5 and a tiiiny tip to tip blend of CG0.5 and BG3. Then for quick decoration, CG9, CG7, BG7, BG3 and CG0.5 for the circle background.

 Then for a bit of sparkle, I added in a little bit of Copic Opaque White and did some color pencil in the eyebawls.

 

Coloring With Hikka! Week 47

Written by Hikka. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Doin’ some commissions. ;U Figured I’d just get them done doin’ this thing. So here we go~

Drawn with Copic Multiliner SP and colored with ShinHan Touch Twin Brush markers

 

Another cheeb, nothin’ super fancy. :B Still trying out some of my new paper just to see if I really like it. Anyhow, skin first! Colors used were YR132, YR26, YR27, RP196, RP137. Eyes/makeup done with YR31, R139, BG251, B65, BG61, BG5, BG7.

Onto hair! Kinda another ombre thing or whatever you wanna call it. Blend is BR103, BR91, BR92, YR23 and Y36. I had started a bit backwards this time, since I am using some darker colors, I started off with the blonde at the bottom first and then I layered my browns and blended down. For the spikey part of the hair and a bit more detailing, I used colored pencil.

Onto the clothes now~ Colors used here were WG0.1, GG1, BG5, BG7, GG7, GG9, 120, B65 and a little bit of colored pencil here as well.

And of course final details Copic Opaque White, and a bit of B67 for an outline (kinda keeping the same style with my last cheeb).

MarkerPop! Challenge #61: Valentine’s Day

Written by Valerie Ward. Posted in Challenges

It’s time for Challenge #61, and what better theme this time than Valentine’s Day?!

MarkerPop Challenge #61

THE CHALLENGE:  VALENTINE’S DAY

Create a project using your Copics, ShinHans, or any other marker that we carry!

You may play along with other challenges, but excessive challenge pile-ons (more than 10) will result in disqualification for our amazing prize. As always, have fun creating!

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THE PRIZE:  Sherri Baldy My Besties Clear Stamp – Butterflies and Hearts

One entry will be chosen at random to receive our prize. Three additional entries will be chosen for the ‘Top 3′ based on their amazing coloring skills. The prize winner and top three can all proudly post their brag buttons on their blogs for the world to see!

Entries are due by Sunday, February 8th, 2015 at noon EST.  Winner will have TWO weeks to claim their prize.
International winners will be responsible for shipping costs if they choose to claim their prize.

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Hikka’s using ShinHan Touch Twin Markers to color her pretty, hand drawn (yes, hand drawn!) image today:

  • Colors: Face, body- RP196, RP138, R11, RP7
  • Ribbons:- R8, R11, RP7
  • Headdress: CG0.5, BG1
  • BG: P146, PB77, RP89, pastel

She drew the image with Copic Mulitiliners onto X-Press IT Blending Card Paper.

Along with the ShinHan markers, she also used  ShinHan Touch Twin Pastel Markers to color.

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White accents are painted with Copic Opaque White Pigment.

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And she finished it off with some Zig ClearWink of Stella.

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Ok, crafters! Let’s see YOUR Valentine’s Day projects, and happy crafting!

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