How to color night scenes – oh my! Quite the topic to tackle.
How to color vintage night scenes
So many people want to know how to color night scenes with their Copic Markers. This stamp, From Bethlehem by Penny Black, is a perfect one for refreshing a night coloring technique I showed a while back in THIS video.
I had colored this image while on a retreat in October, and it came out so cool I was kicking myself for not filming at the time! This is my attempt to recreate it, and in a simpler way than I had done the first time. Enjoy! (If you can’t see the video below, click HERE to watch it directly on YouTube.)
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You can leave comments on any of the blogs in the hop until midnight CST Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. Winners will be chosen randomly based on collective comments left on the designers’s blogs. So be sure to leave loads of love for everyone! You are also eligible for MANY more prizes by sending in cards for the card drive. For more information, visit HERE.
Here’s the prize list:
- Online Card Classes – class of your choice! (THREE winners.)
- Simon Says Stamp – $50 gift certificates
- Inspiration emporium – $25 gift certificate
- Verve Stamps – $30 gift certificate
- Latina Crafter – $15 GC
- May Arts – 2 rolls of ribbon
- Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking – 1 year free subscription to Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking Magazine
Next stop on the hop!
The blog hop contines from here by going over to the Simon Says Stamp blog to see what Shari Carroll has to offer! Woohoo! Here’s the list in case you got lost along the way though:
- Jennifer McGuire
- Kristina Werner
- Debby Hughes
- Laura Bassen
- Kathy Racoosin
- Sandy Allnock (that’s me!)
- Paper Crafts Connection
Are you a pro at knowing how to color night scenes? Or a newbie to the idea?