Creating Texture with your Blender Pen and Copic Markers
Hello there crafty friends! Today I’m sharing a video on Creating Textures with your Blender Pen and Copic Markers. If you have ever taken a class with me then you will know that I only use my blender pen to create textures. I never use it to fix mistakes. The blender pen has the same solution in in as the markers itself — just with no color. So if you have already saturated your paper in a particular area the blender pen can easily just push your color even farther outside in the images outlines.
I’m using this adorable new stamp set from Ellen Hutson called Dinomite Christmas. The sayings and images are so so cute and different from anything I’ve seen using dinosaur stamps.
I stamped my images with Memento Black Ink and Stamped onto my Copic Xpress it Blending Card using my Misti. I used my Picket Fence Studios Brushes to create my background with my Distress Oxide Inks, Peacock Feathers and Chipped Sapphire.
The Copic Color Combos I’ve used are:
Green Dinos – YG67, YG63, YG61, Blender Pen
Teal Dino – BG18, BG13, BG11, YG67, YG63, YG61
Trees – YG67, YG63, YG61, E57
Star – Y000, E42
Red Presents and Scarf – R59, R37, R35, N5, N3, N0
Lights – R320, Y000, V05, BG13, R35, B00
To give my card a little depth perception I made the snow very tiny — just little dots using my white gel pen. I normally make bigger balls of snow falling but since dinosaurs are huge — I had to make the snow balls much smaller.
I hope you enjoy the video below and I hope you enjoy watching Creating Texture with your Blender Pen and Copic Markers.
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