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Monday, November 7, 2011

A whole weekend of COPICS!!!

***If you missed Starla's blog hop yesterday, scroll down or click here.  I'll keep the giveaway open one more day for late hoppers and will pick the winner tomorrow!  Don't forget to enter her fairy challenge here to get entered into her awesome giveaways!***

So this weekend I had 20 full hours of Copics class!!! :) I got my standard and intermediate certification.  And my instructor was the uber talented MARIANNE WALKER!  This was the first time that Hawaii had a certifications class, and I was on the fence about signing up because I'm brand new to Copics.  My husband pushed me to sign up for the first one and by the end of it I was begging him to go to the second! LOL!  I learned TONS.  I was sure to bring my camera so I could document some of the projects with you guys!

Pretty pineapples! How appropriate!

Woohoo! Markers!

Fun with airbrushing: Marianne airbrushing a student's cast.

Woohoo! Copic airbrushed flames!

Marianne drawing a santa on a peice of scratch paper in 30 seconds.  Amazing.

Who woulda thunk there were so many skin combinations?  Some look better than others...We were allowed to freely test colors.


Me and my final project.

I tried all kinds of hair combinations... I think the pink and blue were my faves. :D

My classmate Analyn, Marianne, me, and the flaming cast.

Me and Marianne!

My self portrait camera shots are terrible.  I think it's because I'm Asian and have short arms...

I think this was the best crafting investment I have ever made.  I was so glad that my husband was so supportive in me getting my certification and attending this class to learn more (and thanks KELLY for telling me about it).  Plus Marianne is a complete sweetheart.  She's so funny, she had me laugh-snorting the whole day! If you're on the fence about signing up for a Copics class, DON'T HESITATE!  You learn so much more than just using the markers.  The intermediate class is catered to cardmakers and papercrafters and gives us the ideas we need to use the markers in our craft at it's fullest potential.  Awesome stuff!

Hope you enjoyed the pics and see you tomorrow the winner of my blog candy!


10 comments:

Sara I. said...

Woohoo!!! Way to go gf!!! Glad you had so much fun and were able to go! xx

Starla B. said...

That's so awesome, Cely!! I must say, I am completely jealous. I would LOVE to be able to go to a Copic certification class! =D Congrats, hon! Looks like you had a ton of fun...I'm really happy your hubby pushed you to go!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Wow! It looks like you had so much fun! Maybe someday for me! I own one Copic Marker LOL! Great projects! Thanks for sharing your photos!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

jennyplace2 said...

I am so sad that we had to leave beautiful Hawaii before the class, I would have love to have taken it and met up with you, who know maybe some day I will be able to visit paradise once again. Thanks for showing us all your fun pictures, looks like you girls had a blast!

Creations by Shirl said...

Wow Cely~
Looks like you had a blast in that copic class...How fun and great job on all those little projects you got to do too....

DIANA L. said...

That looks like so much fun I wish I could have been there. It is so cold here in CA. right now. I really like the copic markers.
I am looking forward to see what you do with them.
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

Reflections from Granny said...

Cely your drawing and coloring are just beautiful, ^5!! Hugs, Lori m

Lisa said...

Wow, this looks like so much fun, Cely!! I would love to take a Copics course! All of your projects are so awesome!! :D

Lisa
indymermaid.blogspot.com

Shelly said...

Oh Cely, this couldn't have come at a better time. I just purchased some copics today and I LOOOOOVVVE them. You did a great job on your projects and the class looked like a lot of fun!
Thanks,
Shelly

Donna and Sara said...

Wow, it looks like you guys had soooo much fun! Looking forward to your Copic projects and maybe some tips!

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