This intermediate course needs markers and paper – no other supplies! It’s a look-ma-no-stamps adventure, though you can add stamps before coloring your scene, or substitute them for drawing portions.. Scenes will be general winter scenes, good for anytime through the cold months of winter, not just for Christmas.
If it’s been a while since you colored with your Copics, you may wish to review the Copic Jumpstart course content – including the introductory videos in the PreClass lesson in that curriculum. You may wish to refill markers and change out ragged nibs before getting started on this course!
(There are no videos in this pre-class lesson.)
You may use whatever paper you normally choose for your Copic coloring. In the class, Neenah Solar White (ream, or 25-pack) is used. On slick papers, or really thick papers, some of the techniques may turn out differently due to the way those papers blend.
Neenah Solar White paper is used throughout both this and Winter Wonderland classes.
White for snow can be achieved with a variety of tools; in the videos in this class, a colorless blender marker and a Uni-ball white gel pen are used. However you can use other products too, and I’ll be posting a YT video soon testing some products to use for snow:
I retain the copyright to the content you are learning in class. That means you cannot sell or give away the concepts from my classes – re-teaching my instruction, or anything contained or created within these lessons, to others. Yes you may gift your creations made with these techniques, of course, this stipulation is about not giving away my ideas taught here.) You may not post a video tutorial of your own showing your redraw of my content. But please DO make your own designs and develop your own style – and rock on! I love to see students making strides and taking this content and personalizing it with your own skills.