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How to color vintage night scenes

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.)

 Are you a pro at knowing how to color night scenes? Or a newbie to the idea?


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267 thoughts on “How to color vintage night scenes

  1. Beautiful card. Love the detail

  2. Beautiful! I love your detail.

  3. […] forget about the card drive HERE! They’re due on the 28th, which is Friday – mail them out today, or tomorrow at the […]

  4. Gorgeous card! Love to watch your coloring techniques!

  5. Gorgeous card! Great techniques!

  6. Sandy, I am always amazed at your talent. You card is amazing. The way you color just brings everything to life!

  7. Sandy, Your coloring is amazing… this card is another work-of-heart! So glad you are living your artistic dream. 🙂

  8. Amazing as always!

  9. A beautiful card and a very informative video. Thank you.

  10. Wow, I love your coloring and the background technique!

  11. Stunning card, LOVE it! Love what everyone is doing for others!

  12. You are so creative!

  13. Wow, beautiful card! I love your Copic coloring! Very inspiring!

  14. So Beautiful! Love the sky!

  15. Such a beautiful card – your night sky is awesome!

  16. You totally inspire me this card is amazing

  17. This card is amazing!! I can’t believe how it turned out!

    This card drive is so awesome and definitely a great cause. I will be contributing!

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