How to Color Glass using Copic Markers
Today we are learning How to Color Glass using Copic Markers! Woo Hoo! This is such a fun and effective technique. It’s always fun when we can watch our creations come to life and today I’m going to show you a step by step how to get this mason jar to look like glass!
The image I’m using is one of my stamp designs from Whimsy Stamps, Believe. You can see my other Stamp designs HERE. I stamped in Memento Black ink onto my Copic Xpress it Blending Paper.
Copic Marker List:
- Glass- B00, B0000, BG10, BG02, W, W5, W1,
- Skin – E000, E00, E11, E13, R20, R22
- Hair & Wings – RV34, RV32, RV10
- Dress – BV04, BV02, BV01, BV000
After you’ve colored the image in the mason jar make sure you make a few blue streaks over the image coming up from the bottom part of he jar. Also, in the photo below you will see I also took my white gel pen and made some white streaks too.
Don’t you love this tag die. It’s Tammy Tutterow Designs Die by Spellbinders. I just adore all of Tammy’s work. She has awesome lettering stamps that are so much fun to color!
Everytime I make a card I always use foam tape, it gives my cards and projects so much dimension and really gives definition to your cards, especially those simple one layered cards I love to do so much.
I hope you enjoyed this How to Color Glass with Copic Markers Tutorial.
You can check out more of my Copic Marker Tutorials or looking to challenge yourself a little further.. sign up for one of my Online Coloring Classes!
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Wow this is great. Lovely image and card. And thanks for the little tutorial.
Thanks for joining us at Cards and More.
Good luck! Michelle (DT)
Stunning as always! Thanks for joining at Lemon Shortbread: Anything Goes
Wonderful step-by-step tutorial! And very cute coloring! Thanks for joining us on the Cards and More Challenge Blog!