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Coloring skin with Copic Markers: Flaunt It!

Are you ready? It’s time for another Human Rainbow post! #thehumanrainbow is a little initiative I’ve attempted to help us all step out to try different ethnicities in our coloring (it hasn’t really taken hold, so help me out here! go golor some skin!)

Copic Coloring Skintones

For an exercise like#thehumanrainbow, this stamp is PERFECT. As are a lot of the Art Impressions people stamps! They’re drawn in such a way that you can really make ANY of them ANY ethnicity. Just fluff up some hair or emphasize one feature or another, and you’ve got YOU and your mixed group of lady friends on a card! Check out the video then come back here for some free downloads, ok?

Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Are you ready for a bunch of freebies? Let’s do it, girlfriends!Sandy Allnock - Flaunt It 2

FREEBIE #1: Square Easel Card

I worked out the measurements for the square easel card….you’re welcome!

square easel card measurements

FREEBIE #2: Skin Coloring chart

For CHA this year, I demo’d this stamp coloring, and provided a PDF to the customers who came by to visit. And guess what? YOU get the free pdf too! Download HERE.
previewchart

FREEBIE #3: Shading maps!

Oh my heck yes! Go ahead and download them HERE. In the PDF, there are hyperlinks if you want to go see what the image looks like before it’s scribbled on!  If you’d like to purchase one and they’re out (a few were out last night when I checked!) then just sign up for notifications. For most companies, when you sign up it helps them know what the demand is so they know how many to order in.

And if you missed the Clearly Besotted Shading maps last month, click HERE.

shadingmaps AIFREEBIE #4: Periscopes!

For the next few days I’ll be hosting Periscope broadcasts to color more AI people. Hop on the app and join me! Links to download are on this page. And a bonus video for you, Periscope-related: during CHA I filmed the filming of a video – and at the end of this, you’ll see what the final video looked like!

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project; click on the listed items to go directly to it. Affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

23 thoughts on “Coloring skin with Copic Markers: Flaunt It!

  1. Sandy, thank-you so much for all your hard work and doing the PDF’s and sharing. In addition to showing us your awesome coloring. I appreciate it and love all that you do…..fabulous!

  2. Thank you so much. You are very generous and I will be able to use all that you provided to us today. I learn so much from you. Thanks!

  3. Thank you. This is going to be very helpful.

  4. Thank you so much! You are incredibly generous!

  5. Wonderful card. Thank you for the freebies 0.

  6. Wonderful card! Love the coloring…just awesome!

  7. Thank you so much for your generosity. The shading maps are a wonderful idea!

  8. thank you for being so kind 🙂 with all the videos, card measurements and shading maps.. u are awesome 🙂 as a newbie to card making, i would forever be thankful to you for all your kindness and sharing your amazing creativity with us 🙂 you are my fav colouring star 🙂

  9. Thanks for the freebies and the video. Thanks for all your videos! Love your coloring and promoting diversity in our cards!

  10. I love to watch your videos. You make coloring look so easy. I love how you added the patterns to the dresses. Very fun card!

  11. A great Copic tutorial Sandy. Thanks for sharing.

  12. thank you for all the freebies. Very much appreciated.

  13. Great post! Thanks for the freebies.

  14. Great video and card. Thanks for the freebies. Have a great weekend, Sandy.

  15. I never would have guessed to add BV to a skin tone to help create shadows. Love all the generous freebies. Thank you.

  16. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! The shading chart is amazing.

  17. Never really thought about this. I think though that most people would colour within their own ethnic group. But it’s great that you’re showing an option. You are generous in act and spirit – a great ambassador for the crafting world. ☺

  18. Thank you so much for all this instruction in Copic coloring and the human rainbow! You are so generous with your time and talent. I cannot wait to make an easel card like this for a friend! AH-MAZING!

  19. So wonderful, Sandy!! I’m not a Copic person, but it’s just so fascinating to watch your coloring bring everything to life. #lovethehumanrainbow I’m watching on Periscope, too, and soaking up all of your magic! ♡

  20. Fantastic card! Thanks for all the Copic coloring information!

  21. #lovethehumanrainbow

  22. Wow! It feels like Christmas with all the freebies today! Thank you for your generosity!
    Donna

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