Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Quick Dinosaur sketch

Local Events
I have been very busy this Summer, but I wanted to quickly share a few things. This Thursday and Friday I will be teaching some fabulous Papercrafting Certification classes in Eugene. If you have not seen a list of all the classes that we have open, we have many on our website:

Standard Classes

Intermediate Classes

We hope to see you at one of our classes soon!

CHA Sketch
Meanwhile, I wanted to share a simple, quick drawing I did last week while I was at CHA, coloring in the Copic booth. It is always such a neat experience to see my papercrafting friends and meet with so much talent. I had a little time to work on my own doodles while I was helping out, so this little guy came from a free moment. It is nice to have a chance to draw something for myself every now and then, so I don't have a tutorial.

I drew this little dinosaur with a .8 multiliner, onto X-Press It cardstock. He is colored with YG11, Y21, YG63, B02, C3, BG10, and B00. I used the colorless blender to fade the gray shadow and the BG10 sky out to the white of the paper.

This week, I hope you find some time to doodle and color for no reason but to have fun!

7 comments:

Dawn said...

He's a cutie. I wish I could draw freehand so nicely!

Tami B. said...

How cute! Is there a past tutorial posted on how you do the fading background/outline?

Loster said...

Your drawings are so cute, I wish you could share them with us. I also would like more information on fading the background/outline. I'm not there yet. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to learn and enjoy your talent.

Card-Eology said...

Amazing, as always. You are such a talented artist! I wish I could draw freehand! I'll be working and practicing on it though.

marianne walker said...

The faded blue background tutorial is actually found in the Level 2 Copic Coloring Guide book.

Diana said...

Your dino is adorable!!! I have a question and I hope you can address it in a blog post soon. I am intermidiate certified but I'm not sure I totally understand the greys. When I say this I actually mean the toner greys. I think cool, warm and neutral are self explanitory, just not sure on the toner greys. Please help, thanks.

Steve Paul said...

fine sketches!Can you create any sketch for Plastic card printing as i really need it.