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Rose' All Day a lesson on Color Sculpting for light red objects

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Saturday, Feb 10 at 11am EST

Time zone converter here. Lesson is on Eastern Standard Time for the United States (New York time).

Replay archives available for patrons who miss the live session or who want to rewatch an episode.

Subscribers receive 20% off the Rose' All Day digital stamp set at PowerPoppy.com

Log in to the classroom at Patreon to access the printable class pack plus your Power Poppy discount code.

 
 

February Lesson: Color Sculpting light red or pink objects

Project shown in progress. This project uses Copic and colored pencil.

Project shown in progress. This project uses Copic and colored pencil.

Digital stamp is a separate purchase from PowerPoppy.com (log in at Patreon to receive your 20% off discount code).

Color sculpting is the artist's term for creating the illusion of a three dimensional object using color. Copic colorers mistakenly call this "shading" and they shade by grabbing a marker that's 2-3 numbers higher than their main marker color.

But "shading" is a primitive technique and the method doesn't work well when the object is pink or light red. Copic only offers red markers to shade these areas but look at any pink object in real life, they're NEVER red in the shaded areas!

Join Amy for an exploration of sculpting light red and pink objects with realism and NO RED MARKERS!

Stamp: "Rose' All Day" by Power Poppy (students receive 20% off the digital version in February)

Medium: Copic Marker & Prismacolor Premier Pencils

Level: Intermediate to Advanced (blending technique not covered)

Live Broadcast: Saturday, Febuary 10, 2018 at 11 am EST (Eastern Standard Time)

Recording Available: Replay available immediately after the broadcast ends. Watch as many times as you want until August 1st, 2017

Class Printable Pack Includes: 

  • Class syllabus with detailed recipe guide
  • Full color project sample, guide to shading
  • Guide to Copic base
  • Detailed color map
  • Project inspiration references
 

Broadcast times vary each month to accommodate a wide variety of schedules and student time zones. Check the calendar here for a look at upcoming broadcast times (look for the Patreon logo). 

Remember: replay is available to all students. Watch as many times as you wish, at your convenience.

 

Looking Ahead-

Livestream coloring lessons for intermediate to advanced colorers from Amy Shulke of VanillaArts.com. Each month a fresh challenge using a new Power Poppy digital stamp. | MarkerPainting.com

November 2017: Autumn is all about color! Learn the color kissing method to create beautiful and artistic floral images with Power Poppy's "Olive & Oak".

Livestream coloring lessons for intermediate to advanced colorers from Amy Shulke of VanillaArts.com. Each month a fresh challenge using a new Power Poppy digital stamp. | MarkerPainting.com

December 2017: Learn Amy's Push & Pull technique for amazing depth with Power Poppy's "Merriest Berries" stamp.

Livestream coloring lessons for intermediate to advanced colorers from Amy Shulke of VanillaArts.com. Each month a fresh challenge using a new Power Poppy digital stamp. | MarkerPainting.com

January 2018: Get ready for the year ahead with "Party Time" by Power Poppy. You'll want to color this stamp over and over for birthdays, showers, and miscellaneous holiday cards all year long!

 
 
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Vanilla Livestream is perfect for:

  • Intermediate colorers who already have basic Copic blending skills
  • Intermediate colorers who are tired of "monkey see, monkey do" demonstrations
  • Experienced colorers looking to challenge their current skills
  • Shy artists who want more than craft-level classes based on trendy techniques

I recommend that if you're a beginner, start with Marker Painting Foundations to develop your basic marker technique BEFORE joining Vanilla Livestream classes. These are definitely intermediate level challenges!