Monday, August 29, 2016

Inspire Me Monday - Copic Colouring


Hey Power Poppy friends! Jessie here and welcome to another Inspire me Monday, and my first Inspire me Monday post for you all. I thought for my first post I would give you all a colouring video that I hope you enjoy. I have always loved the Sunflower Power Digital stamp, and now even more sunflower love in the Sunshine of my Life Digital Stamp that I have coloured for you all today. 


I created a rectangle in my microsoft word program and enlarged the digital stamp then printed it out and coloured it up with my copics for you!

           

Have a wonderful week! 

-Jessie

13 comments:

Ann said...

Lovely.

Julie Koerber said...

One word.... WOW! Wonderful first tutorial Jessie! So happy to have you on board! I know you'll provide much inspiration in the weeks and months to come!

Julie Koerber said...

One word.... WOW! Wonderful first tutorial Jessie! So happy to have you on board! I know you'll provide much inspiration in the weeks and months to come!

CherylQuilts said...

Congratulations on your first Inspire Me Monday, Jessie, and I loved your video! Beautiful coloring and certainly a fabulous image! Hugs!

Karen W said...

Wonderful video and thanks so much for showing us how to get the depth so easily!!

Donna Phelan said...

GORGEOUS! Like in WOW!!!

Dot Freel said...

Loved how you colored this! Thanks!

Becky Morehead said...

That's such a fun image. Love your background coloring.

Cyndi Watkins said...

Watching you color is almost as much fun as coloring myself. Thanks for the tips!

Lori Craig said...

Beautiful tutorial! Really enjoyed that, Jessie! Gorgeous coloring!

Laurie Parente said...

Fantastic tutorial, beautiful coloring!! Thanks very much for the tip about what to do when your markers are too juicy. I've run in to this and I'm relatively new to copics, so I'm jumping for joy with that tip.

Vicki Robe said...

Thanks for your tips on coloring with Copics. It is always informative listening to everybodys different ways of coloring.

Carolyn Swift said...

Wonderful tutorial. i agree with Vicki above and love to hear how the images are colored - from light to dark or dark to light. Never would have though to make the flowers "glow" as you did also.