Marker Painting: Realistic Glass #2
Join Amy Shulke, a professional illustrator and marker enthusiast for a fun and informative coloring lesson- Vanilla Arts style!
Marker Painting is a completely different approach to coloring with markers. Amy teaches students basic techniques and color theory based on the way artists use paint. Instead of focusing on "how" to color a selected stamp image, Amy shows you the "why" behind color selection, shade, layering, and depth. This provides students with the necessary knowledge to color any stamp image in their collection and every stamp they might purchase in the futu
Tonic requires confident Copic and colored pencil skills.
Skill Level: intermediate and advanced skills (not for beginners)
In a 24 minute Technique Deep Dive lesson, Amy shows you the entire Parchment technique and offers lots of troubleshooting tips.
Then in an 6 part series of fully narrated coloring demonstration videos, students will practice coloring the Tonic image. Instruction includes all elements: the cast shadow, base markering, and the entire process of coloring authentic texture for realistic glass. 90 minutes of total project demonstration time.
- Swish & Flick
- Parchment Mottles
- Push & Pull
- Highlights, Lowlights, & Color Sharing for Transparent Glass
- Detail work with colored pencils
- 24 minute Technique Deep Dive video- the Parchment technique + troubleshooting tips
- 44 minutes of demonstration video- the Copic coloring process
- 22 minutes of demonstration video- the detail coloring process using Prismacolor Pencils and Triplus Pens
- Digital stamp in three handy formats (PNG, JPG, or quick print PDF)
- recipe guide
- printable full color sample, underpainting guide, detailed color map, and photo reference
Required Supplies: printable supply list included in class package
- high-quality Copic friendly marker cardstock (X-Press It Blending Card is highly recommended.)
- Staedtler Triplus Pen (0.3) in Light Gray, Willow Green, Sepia Brown
- Copic Markers- 0, C2, C0, BV23, BV20, E31, E33, E50, YG17, YG23
- artist quality colored pencils (Prismacolor Premier recommended)- 109 Prussian Green, 901 Indigo Blue, 945 Sienna Brown, 946 Dark Brown, 1005 Limepeel, 1065 70% Cool Grey, 1088 Muted Turquoise
- Derwent Drawing Pencil #7200 Chinese White (must be the Derwent DRAWING Pencil, not a Derwent white colored pencil)
Amy is a professional freelance technical illustrator with 25 years of experience in graphic arts. Amy began using colored pencils in 1985 and they are her preferred medium for portraiture and scientific illustration. She has a special passion for teaching crafters and shy artists to stretch their boundaries by incorporating established art techniques to their coloring projects. Join Amy for fun and highly informative lessons which will not only change the way you color but the way you see color in the world around you.
"It's the OMG moments. That's why Amy's classes rock. She explains things that you've maybe noticed before but never thought much about. I love it!"
"At 62 years of age I have no illusions about becoming a great artist but. I am so appreciative of the change in my perception since taking classes with Amy at Vanilla Arts Co. Now I see the play of colors, the motion and the grace... It's a great way to view the world around me."
"I just love the things I'm learning and can't wait to start the next project. Your images are challenging for me and I like that. I'll never look at another image and how to color it the same again!"
"I warn people when they sign up for your classes-- it's not just Copic, it's sooooooooo much more."
"Thank you, Amy for your generous nature. There are many gifted people in the world but you share your gifts so freely. Your classes are wonderful and I sincerely hope that the new online project allows more and more students to fall in love with your classes."