Monday, June 21, 2010

ProMarker Colouring Tutorial

Hi there and thanks for stopping by today. My name is Michele Roos and I've created some tutorials for you showing how I colour my images using ProMarker pens. The image I've used is from the March Store Stamp kit called Blooming Spring.
















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Materials Used:

Paper: Data Copy Colour Printing Paper 160gsm
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

I hope that you've enjoyed the tutorials and has given you some ideas on how to use ProMarkers.

Hugs Michele x

10 comments :

  1. Thanks, what a brilliant tutorial!! Really helpful to see all the colours and how you blend them together - the finished image is amazing!!
    Claire xx

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  2. Amazing...I have been using promarkers for a while, but the tutorials have taught me the finer techniques, very helpful, thanks for doing them and sharing your knowledge.

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  3. Thank you for such a fabulous tutorial, I would never have used the burnt orange for skin but having seen how you do it I will give it a try.

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  4. WOW what a fantastic colouring tutorial... Thanks for sharing :) luv the finished image xx Lizzy xx

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  5. Absolutely great to see it in action. I've been puzzling over the different methods - all over with light then going back with the shading or as you do with the darker & blending into the light. Shall try to find the stamp so can do one myself with the shading in the correct places - so hard when starting to find where the shade/highlights should go. Thanks.
    Paula (PEP)
    http://pepcraftchallexp.blogspot.com/

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  6. Wow! I don't have the downloads to watch the videos ... but just the pics are enough to see that your Pro-Markers do a FAB job! I haven't bought any colouring markers (except for my SU! markers). Was wondering about Pro-markers vs Copics! Must find out a bit more! Hugs Andrea xx

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  7. thanks so much for this tutorial!
    I made a card using your coloring technique, you can see it here :
    http://mimi.bricole.free.fr/blog.php?lng=fr&sel=pg&pg=163

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  9. I keep looking at different tutorial with promarkers and I think great that looks fantastic, and then I find I can adapt it for the images and the relatively few promarkers I have so far. After watching your tutorial I feel like a light has come on. Ok I don't have all of the markers you used, but you have shown me a technique that I can easily adapt. One thing I had already learned, and that is to love my blender, so I'm right with you there....can't get by without the blender. Thanks so much for your wonderfully detailed tutorial (and for giving your time to make it) Hugs lin

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  10. Thank you so much for the tutorial very informative and I really want to give the technique ago thank you x

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