Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Give-Away Winner and First Video Offering

Good morning!
Before I announce the winner of my give-away, I wanted to share with you my first ever video attempt.  I have to tell you, this was no easy feat.  Any of you that have made these tutorials probably know what I am talking about.  I hope though, you find some use out of it, and hopefully I will get better and have content that you will find helpful.  For now we go!

And, last but not least..... 

I am happy to announce the winner of my 1st give-away.  Using the following was selected to win my card set and handmade flowers:

1disney_scrapper said...

Shelley~I am glad I found your blog! I love making the paper flowers!! Thanks for a chance to win your notecards and flowers!!
Debbie Chapman
Congratulations, Debbie!  Please email me your address, so I can send your prize out to you.


Unknown said...

congrats Debbie!

Shelley, the vid is great! LOVE it! Looking forward to more!

liz at liz's paper loft said...

Shelley! your drawing is amazing along with your video! I don't have copics yet, but I really enjoyed how specific you were on how to use them! great job!
liz :o)

Nicole Wright Designs said...

Wow Shelley, you blend really well and it was nice to see a tutorial on how to blend with Copics! It will get easier I promise!

Congrats to Debbie BTW:)

Banner Market said...

Hi! I love your coloring technique! Thank you for sharing it with all of us who are still learning, it really helps us to see coloring skin tones and other shading techniques. Im so glad my blog buddy Liz at Liz's paper loft told me about you :) Also your calling card is amazing, where do you find these images? Id love to color some of those :) thanks again. Gina
raegina at gmail dot com

Beth said...

The video is awesome! I loved that you took the time in detail on how to use copic markers. I can't wait to get mine (hopefully here really soon).

Anonymous said...

wow wow wow. ty for the tutorial said...

Thanks, it helps me with shading the face.
I still cannot get over how beautiful her face is... you did a beautiful job with this drawing!