Copic Airbrush Tutorial

Between Copic classes and all kinds of busy here on the home front, I put together a Copic Airbrush tutorial for Splitcoaststampers that was featured in yesterday’s newsletter.

You can find the full tutorial featuring embossing folders, alcohol markers and airbrush here. Don’t worry if you don’t have an airbrush system, you can get a similar look for this technique with daubers or ink mists (just make sure the alcohol ink that you choose is safe for air application – Copic is safe for airbrush and misting, but check your preferred brand to be sure!)

There is a really full Copic class schedule posted right now on the Copic site. A lot of opportunity for hands-on inky fun all around the country. Chances are good that someone on the teaching team is headed your way soon. All of the current classes are listed here. Full information and application info can be found here.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope the sun is starting to shine brighter (and hotter) in your corner of the country! Have a great day!

5 Responses to Copic Airbrush Tutorial

  1. So very pretty, Lori! Love the embossed background and lovely air brushing! Gorgeous ribbon and flower, too! Some day I hope to have an air brush system! And, I want to thank you for being so patient and caring at the class I took in Columbus on March 7-8! I learned so much and still feel like I’m on cloud nine! You are an excellent teacher, thank you!:-)

  2. Wow great post.I like this post.Many many thanks for your great post.

  3. Hi Lori! What a cool card and so so pretty! Hope you and your family have a Happy Easter! XO

  4. Beautiful card. I think I need the airbrush now. :)

  5. DEkzqz I really enjoy the article.Really looking forward to read more. Fantastic.

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