Online live coloring demonstrations

live art broadcasts with replay archives

for intermediate to advanced students


Blackberry Bramble-

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Saturday, August 18th at 11am EDT

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

Subscribers receive 20% off Berry It at

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


Vanilla Livestream is recommended for intermediate to advanced students. Basic techniques are not covered.


August Lesson: Coloring Images with Tiny Details

 Monthly challenge projects for intermediate colorers. Copic, colored pencil, pens & novelty inks. Every month a fresh lesson using a new Power Poppy digital stamp. |

Project shown in final stages with pencil details over Copic Marker.

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

Even large stamps contain tiny details.

Join Amy for a fun lesson on how to approach coloring images with tiny details. Because frankly, coloring teeny tiny details one-by-one would drive most of us nuts.

Which details are important? What can you simplify? And how can you tell when your detail begins to dominate the image?

Stamp: "Berry It" by Power Poppy* (students receive 20% off the digital version in August)

Medium: Copic Marker & Prismacolor Premier Pencils

Level: Intermediate to Advanced (blending technique not covered)

Live Broadcast: Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 11 am EDT (Eastern Daylight Time)

Recording Available: Replay available immediately after the broadcast ends. Watch as many times as you want until February 1st, 2019.

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.


Archive Access -

Recorded demonstrations are available immediately upon joining to via the Livestream archives! Get instant access today at Patreon.

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February 2018: Copic blending combinations do not work for pink objects because they force you into using red markers to shade. Learn how to create true pinks without adding unrealistic red markers.


March 2018: Taming wild gemstone colors. We love brilliant colors but they can easily overpower your project. Learn to keep Ultramarine Blue sophisticated, not loud!

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April 2018: Neutrals do not have to be boring! Learn to spice up your neutral color palettes without overpowering their quiet & gentle nature.

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May 2018: Flowers shouldn't weigh a ton! Learn to color lightweight and delicate clusters of flowers.

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June 2018: Learn to create professional looking color palettes using and easy tool and kindergarten math!

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

July 2018: Learn to color complex florals with cohesive color palettes.

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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!

Vanilla Livestream is recommended for intermediate to advanced students. Basic techniques are not covered.


Supplies used in "Blackberry Bramble"

Contains affiliate links for Amazon, Dick Blick, and Ranger Ink.


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