Colouring Video: Beary Special Birthday

A quick video colouring up this whole image to show how to colour up a fancy bow. The stamp is by My Favorite Things from the stamp set Beary Special Birthday. The stamp itself is no longer available at MFT Stamps as it has been retired, but various local shops may have it still so check yours.

If you want to view the video directly on YouTube, click here.

Copics used: (bear) E41, E42, E43, E44, E74, E79 (blue) B21, B24, B26, B39 (pink) R81, R43, RV14, RV17, R59

Here is an example of a card I’ve made using this stamp:

Colouring Video – Magnolia Blossoms

I have another pencil colouring video for you today. This time I’ve used a stamp by My Favorite Things called Magnolia Blossoms. The image has been stamped twice at slightly different angles using GinaK Designs’ Amalgam Ink and it has been coloured up using Prismacolor Premier Pencils.

There’s no audio this time either and the video itself has been sped up so that it is twice as fast as the real time colouring. Then you have an idea of how long it took to colour it. It takes longer to make the actual video than it takes to colour up the image, that’s for sure!

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Pencils used: (brown) 947, 945, 943, 997, (green) 109, 1097, 1005, 989, (pink) 994, 929, 928, 1014, 938

Colouring Video: MFT + RAM Birthday Cutie

I have another new video for you today! And I am hoping I’ll be able to add them at least monthly from now on! This time I’ve coloured up one of the new My Favorite Things stamps in a no-line version. The stamp is from the new Rachelle Anne Miller line and is called Birthday Cutie. It is a clear stamp and to get the no-line effect I prefer InkOn3’s Fade-Out ink. There is a digital version of this stamp available in Rachelle’s shop here as well.

There is no audio for this and as it’s pretty quick to colour it up. The original, unedited, filming took 20minutes and the finished video is on less than 12 minutes.

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I filmed colouring up this one the other day, the image I used for the card below. As you can see, the image in the video isn’t identical. This is because there was something wrong with what I had filmed so I had to film it again. Either way, here is a card sample of what you can make with this kind of coloured image. Click here for more info on the actual card.

The colours used for this video are: (skin) E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) YR31, E21, E23, E25 (purple) RV91, RV93, RV95 (grey/white) W0, W1, W3 (yellow) YR31, YR21, YR23, E35 + Copic Multiliner 0.1 in cool grey + Sakura GellyRoll 0.8 in white

Colouring video: Winnie Delivery Time

I finally have a new colouring video for you. This time I’ve coloured up Polkadoodles’ Winnie Delivery Time and added a little background to go with. It is all in the video. There is no audio this time.

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The colours used for this video are: (trees) T0, T1, T3, T5, (sky) BG000, B000, B91, B93, B95, (green) BG90, BG93, BG96, BG99, (snow) BG000, B0000, BV20, BV23, (hair and boots) BV20, BV23, BV25, BV29, (white) C0, C1, C3, C5 (yellow) Y32, Y35, Y38, YR27, (red) R22, R24, R29, E18, (dark brown) E71, E74, E77, E79, (skin) E00, E02, E13, E15, (light brown) E42, E43, E44

Colouring video (pencils) Penguin Candy Cane

It is time for my first colouring video using pencils. It is nothing fancy and I don’t feel ready to talk you guys through it yet, as I still haven’t coloured up loads of images using pencils, but you can watch me colour and hopefully pick up a trick or two along the way. You can watch as I colour up this entire image by Whimsy Stamps called Penguin Candy Cane (digital stamp). It is also available as a rubber stamp here.

I have used the digital stamp version and printed it out on Bazzill cardstock in the colour Kraft. And as you can see in the video I’m not exactly crazy about sharpening my pencils constantly. I think it works well enough like this and it means I can keep my pencils for longer.

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To show how this could look as a completed Christmas card, I’ve made a very simple one.

I have used Prismacolor Premier pencils and the colours are:

White: PC938
Orange: PC1003, PC118, PC122, PC947
Grey (cold): PC1059, PC1060, PC1061,
Black: PC1063, PC1065, PC1067, PC935
Grey (warm): PC1072, PC1074, PC1076
Blue: PC1087, PC1024, PC1025, PC1101, PC901
Purple: PC1026, PC956, PC1008, PC996

Here is a quick photo of the colours I used to colour this image: