In this class you will learn how to color this adorable little Winter Gnome and create this Winter scene background freehand using your Copic Markers.
You will be able to pause, play and rewind all at your own pace. Plus, you’ll have lifetime access to this course!
So what colors should I use for shading snow?
How can I color the darker colors without looking streaky or blotchy?
How do I prevent the ink from the blue gnome hat from bleeding outside the stamped lines and into the snow?
Have any of these things happened to you? If so… I have totally been in your shoes!
This class is broken up into 13 different modules which makes it super easy to follow so you know exactly where you left off!
Total class instruction time is over 1.5 hours!
+ LIFETIME access so you can work at your own pace.
This is my first attempt at making a copic background.
I did a online workshop from Mindy mycreativescoop #thecopicscoop , and learned a lot. He is far from perfect but still like him.
– Melanie ( crafty_mel_74 )
From the digi on the right to my creation on the left. I cannot say enough about @mindy.baxter and her Copic coloring class. It is a work at your own pace class that is broken down into segments. I loved it and will definitely be doing more. I have a long way to go, especially his beard but for now I am more than ok with how my little gnome turned out. Thank you Mindy!
– Niccole Kulig
JILL O’DELL: The November class (Winter Gnome Class). Love how it turned out!!
MINDY: It looks amazing. I hope you enjoyed my class!
JILL O’DELL: love them all!! So easy to follow!
This course is going to teach you how to blend your Copic Markers and learn to control the ink on the paper. All my classes are always in real time and never sped up or done in a time-lapse.
You’ll get lifetime access to the course so you can watch on your own time and learn at your own pace.
You can watch the course videos on a computer, phone or tablet as long as they have internet access.
You will learn all sorts of different blending and Winter Copic Marker techniques .
If you are struggling or need some advice or constructive criticism.. just shoot me an e-mail.
A Copic Marker list of color combos. If you don’t have all the Copics listed, I can create a custom Copic Marker list for you!
You’ll get over 60 minutes of Copic Marker instruction and complete 3 Spooky Halloween Backgrounds!
Get this Online Copic Marker Coloring Class for just $15 (50% off).
Hurry this offer isn’t going to last!
You can substitute color combos for whatever you have. For example if you have B91, 93, and 95 for blue and I’m using B12, B14 and B18 for the water.. use what you have. Try to replace however many markers I’m using with your combo. If you were to follow a class or tutorial and do not have those colors used you can still follow along. If you are watching someone color a brown bunny and they are using E30, E31, E33 — and you have E23, E25, E27 you can color using those. Yeah your bunny will be darker and different shade, but you’ll still get to follow the rule of applying the ink to the paper in the same way as the teacher. You can even make a pink bunny!
My classes are going to help you more if you are using Copics. The technique is a little different if you’re using another alcohol marker with a bullet nib as opposed to the Copic which is a super brush nib. However, you will learn from the class still, light source, depth perception, freehand backgrounds and more. However, I do not have a lot of different coloring mediums — so telling you which colors to use will be difficult. So, I suggest if I’m asking for blue for water and I’m using 4 different shades of blue, just use whatever blue color combo that coordinates that you have.
First, I’d like to say that you should learn from as many different people as possible. Then take the techniques and tips you learned, that you like the best, from each artist and combine them so you can create your own style! I think it’s so important to stand out and create your own look.
In my classes I encourage you to do just that. There’s no pressure to color it exactly the way I did — or if you didn’t want to go as dark, or if you wanted to do some extreme shadows. You need to create the look YOU want! I’m just there to help you learn how to use the markers and teach you some freehand backgrounds.
Most of my new classes are only available for about a 2 week period. After a year has gone by I’ll re-open the course according to the season — some classes will stay all year if it’s not a seasonal class.
Unfortunately, no. I’m sorry. I’ve had an issue with class re-distribution and I put a lot of effort into my classes.
However, you will have access for the lifetime of the course… you purchase and can login to view them anytime.
Once you pay for the course you’ll have access for the lifetime of the course, for as long as I continue to run my coloring classes. So if you you don’t have time right away to start but are interested in a course, it’s best if you sign up right away as the courses will only be available for a limited time.
You will have 30 days to request a refund and I’ll refund your money and remove you from the course.
You also must not have viewed more than 15% of the courses content.
You’ll have access for the lifetime of the course, for as long as I continue to my online coloring class.
If any chance my classroom closes, you will be given the opportunity to download the classes to your computer.