Crafting Tutorials

These are the colouring tutorials that I have done so far. If there's anything you'd like to see a tutorial on in the future, feel free to shoot me an email: aerynkelly@gmail.com

Copic Tutorials 
1. Colouring Straight Hair
2. Monochrome Colouring
3. Combining Copics and Coloured Pencils
4. Colouring Rainbow Hair

Videos 
1. Monochrome Colouring  
2. Mixed Media Background with Dylusions Sprays
3. Live Colouring Boy Stamp (skin, hair, outfit) 
4. Live Colouring Dachshund Stamp 

14 comments:

  1. PERFECT Tutorial Aeryn!! Just PERFECT!!

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    1. ((blushes)) Thank you so much, Corinne. I was wicked nervous posting this cos it's just "my way", you know. It's nothing special.

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  2. Awesome! I too learned the other way in certification then took another class where she taught like you dark to light and for me that made a world of difference! You really have it nailed though!

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    1. I know what they technically teach us, but I don't think there's really a "wrong" way to do it. Marianne Walker taught both my classes and the one thing that she said that stuck with me was "if you can explain it, then it's okay". What you do might not fit into the "rules" that Copic has come up with, but if you do something that works for you, there's nothing wrong with that at all!

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  3. This is awesome!!! Thank you so much!!!!

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  4. Beautiful result with clear instructions, tfs!

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    1. Thank you so much for the input. I appreciate it!

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  5. Thanks so much Aeryn! If you are going to do little tutorials (and since you said to let you know our suggestions), could you also post a pic of the end of the markers showing the colors you used? It helps a lot when trying grow my own inventory. Some Copic bloggers list the colors, but I like pics. But whatever works best for you is good.

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  6. Oh wait, I missed it, sorry. But they are a little hard to see with the glare.

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    1. I put it right at the beginning in the actual writing for you now in the "supplies list". Sorry about that! And thanks so much for the input! With my regular colouring I do try to take a picture so you can see the copics I use on a project.

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  7. Great tutorial, Aeryn, even for someone like me who has never picked up a Copic. You definitely make me want to!

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  8. wow, you make lovely coloring for shiny straight hair!

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  9. OMG this tutorial is fantastic. You have made it sound so easy and your photos along the way really help. I had been avoiding images with straight hair as I didn't know how to achieve the hair strands, which is my preference rather than the circular colouring motion. TFS Cheers FiLoMa.

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