Are you coloring hearts and flowers yet?
Yes, it's that time of year when our thoughts turn to roses, bouquets, and heart shaped boxes full of treats.
It's also the time when I pull out my red Copic Markers and colored pencils.
Valentine's Day is when Power Poppy stamps really shine! So many blossoms to choose from, perfect for declarations of love, devotion, or even simple friendship.
Hello, my name is Amy Shulke and I'm the illustrator and art instructor over at VanillaArts.com. Welcome to another article in my blending combination series here at Power Poppy-- The Garden Dirt.
Why dirt? I know, it sounds like gardening tips or gossip-- but really, it's about dirty color. I layer odd colors underneath bright and happy colors to make the murky, muddy colors necessary for realistic depth and dimension.
I've got a whole series of artistic coloring articles here at the Power Poppy Blog. Here's a quick link to read more.
I love red Copic Markers!
Let's color roses together!
This class is available now with no wait. Work at your own pace, color it as many times as you want, no expiration.
Rosie Gets the Blues uses Power Poppy’s stunning Vital Rose digital stamp. We use a combination of Copic Markers plus Prismacolor Soft Core colored pencils to underpaint the red rose with gorgeous turquoise.
You can find out more about my Rosie Gets the Blues class here.