Friday, April 9, 2010

Copic Markers1- Skin Tone Video Tutorial


Thanks to Tanya for creating this tutorial on how to use your Copic markers to color skin tone.

13 comments:

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [10 Apr 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

magicwanda said...

Thanks so much Tanya for posting this....
For the challenged like me! he he
I really think I just need to practice more
Wanda:-D

AmandaB said...

Thanks Tanya for creating a video for us.. You did a great job..

Amanda:0)

KanataNewf said...

A fabulous tutorial for newbies to the world of Copic Markers! I see I need to add a couple more to get the perfect skin tones like Tanya does on her card. Great demo! Look forward to seeing more!

Tanya Rudd said...

Thanks to Craft Crave for getting Practical Scrappers' name out there.
Hugs
Tanya

P.S. Thanks for the support ladies, this was another first for me.

Erin said...

thanks Tanya-! my problem is finding the right colour combos for various skintones. There are so many possibilities it's crazy!

RiNNE said...

I love this video..awesome, Tanya!

Kim said...

Tanya,
THis video tutorial is fantastic! I have been too afraid to even buy and try the copics. I do believe I could use them after LOTS of practice. You make it looks so very easy! Your card is just gorgeous, as always....you have such a fantastic talent!
Blessigs,
Kim xXx

Lisa Lou said...

Great video. I'm just learning and can use all the help I can get. :) Also, you did fantastic for your first tutorial!

PenLight said...

This was so helpful! I have those skin colors that I bought and I've been fiddling with a written tutorial. This was SOOOOO helpful!

Shelley said...

Good tutorial! Can't believe it is your first.

JanR said...

Very informative and such a beautiful card!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Thanks so much for this. I thought I was doing well with one skin tone Copic marker - now I can see what I am missing! I do have the E00, so that is good start!

Deanne :)