In this intermediate Copic Marker class, 5 lessons will teach techniques for coloring relaxing island scenes!
What does “intermediate” mean here? The class is taught with paper and pens – no stamps, no sketches, no net! That doesn’t mean it’s going to be terribly difficult, but it does mean that at least a basic facility with Copic markers is a must. Some experience with making marker strokes, blending, and flicking is needed.
This class is appropriate for artists working in any genre – cardmaking, fine art, etc. Lessons are taught on a half-sheet of paper – each is 4-1/4″ x 5.5″ and trimmed down to be a suitable image to use on a card.
- Intermediate Level
- Prerequisite: Copic Jumpstart or equivalent experience
- Supplies are found in the free preview lesson
- Videos shown in close to real-time
- Language: English
See a preview of the projects in class:
The lessons can be viewed anytime and at your leisure; there are hours of instruction that you can watch again and again for years to come:
- FREE Pre-class Lesson with supply list
- Sunrise (22 min)
- Midmorning (11 min)
- Midday (12 min)
- Sunset (10 min)
- Midnight (7 min)
Jessica Gerstner –
I absolutely loved this class! The backgrounds you will create are gorgeous and I personally love that some scenes are a bit simpler and others take a bit more time. Sometimes I want a card to look special without taking hours. A lot of the things you learn can be incorporated into your everyday coloring. I recommend watching once thru before starting and then following along, taking your time, and rewatching several times any part that you are having trouble with. The ability to rewatch is what I love best about video classes. Thank you Sandy!
Ashley Spriggle –
I have to say that I was so excited for this class. I literally waited for it to drop. Sandy, as always, has gone above board and created another masterful class. This time she takes her students along to the beach. Sandy covers scenes from the beach at all times of day and into the night with breath taking results. Along with providing detail on how to create beach scenes, Sandy goes into detail about backlighting the subjects within to create a harmonious pieces. This is a must take class in my book.