Monday, June 24, 2013
Copic Coloring Guide Book 4 Blog Hop
This book is jam-packed with uber-cool techniques that help you take your coloring from good to great! The 64-page book is the latest in the Coloring Guide series, offering information and educational material for crafters of all skill levels.
From light source to shading and shadows, to mixing mediums and tackling detailed images, this book shows how to take your coloring up one notch further… by focusing on the fine details. I know that I was challenged coloring some of the tutorial images, but these simple to follow directions will make the process easy for you. I know you will love it!
You can print each tutorial on your own paper and work along with the book, using the included CD of images.
I have a really neat card included in the book. This is one of my all-time favorite images I have ever drawn for papercrafting. But, it can be tricky to color. Lucky for you, to color it I used a lot of techniques that are discussed in the book. Little things that will make your image jump! The color scheme on this card is so simple and vibrant...I love it! I like simple, bold designs.
Today, each contributing designer is hopping along to give you a peak at their favorite project from the book - and a chance to WIN your own autographed copy!
To help kick off the celebration of the new book... each designer on the hop is giving away an autographed copy of the book...signed not only by Colleen and myself, but by the individual designer too (I guess if you win my copy, it will only be signed by Colleen and myself).
Please comment on this post for your chance to win a copy for yourself! Commenting will be closed midnight on Sunday, June 30th. Check each individual's blog to find out winners. Please Note: winners on my blog are limited to North America, sorry! Once you comment on my post, wander over to these other fine blogs for more chances to win. Good luck and happy hopping!
Can't wait for your copy?
Copic Coloring Guide Level 4: Fine Details is now available at many stamping and scrapbooking stores. Visit your local store today and ask about availability. It is also sold through the Annie’s catalog, accessible online at Annie's.
Commenting is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated!