Coloring Fun With Alcohol Ink Markers: People Class DVD
Now you can learn how to color stamped images of people using Copics or any alcohol ink markers! Join expert coloring artist Jennifer Dove as she demonstrates and explains step-by-step how to color skin, lips, eyes, hair and clothing in this Annie's video class. When you purchase this class, you'll also get downloadable and printable worksheets and non-watermarked images for practicing each technique and for creating five exclusive card designs.
In this video, you'll first learn how to color light and dark skin tones to make people images look lifelike and 3-D. Next, you'll learn how to color lips. In the third lesson, you'll learn how to color four different styles of eyes including realistic, comic-book style, small dot eyes, and as an added bonus, animal eyes. You'll also learn how to add in cheeks, noses and chins when they aren't on the original image, plus how to color curly, wavy and straight hair. Finally, Jennifer shows you how to give clothing texture and dimension with ruffles, folds, fluff, dots and more.In this class, you'll learn how to:
- Color light and dark skin tones with perfect blending.
- Make faces look 3-D.
- Shape and color four different eye styles: realistic, comic book, small dot eyes and animal eyes.
- Color lips with a sheen.
- Color hair with curls, waves, highlights and shine.
- Add sometimes-missing facial features such as noses, cheeks and chins.
- Color clothing with texture including folds, pleats, ruffles, fluff and denim.
- And much more.
Note: Annie's DVD video classes include a CD with downloadable and printable class project instructions, materials lists and diagrams. DVDs are compatible with North American DVD players, and PC and Macintosh computer systems. All Annieĺs online classes and DVDs have closed captioning.
Video Length: 2 Hours 21 Minutes
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July 19, 2014
After just viewing the entire DVD, I liked it, and I think it will be an invaluable resource as I work my way through it. Good job!