This course is designed for colorists that have mastered all the techniques in Level 1 and want to advance to the next set of techniques for using the pens.
With Level 2, we once again bring the workshop learning experience directly to you! Learn at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home.
In this course we are going to cover:
- Advanced blending techniques
- Techniques used to create texture effects for the appearance of fur, fabric, wood and more
- Comprehensive hands-on tutorial for coloring a wide range of skin and hair colors and hair textures
- Shadows, shading, cast shadows and light sources to get more realistic depth and dimension in your coloring
- Specialty techniques, such as coloring transparent images, no-line coloring, cell shade coloring and more
There are eight modules, and each module contains multiple lessons. Each lesson is hands-on, with video and downloadable practice pages so you can follow along with the instruction.
By the end of this course, you will have mastered all the intermediate techniques. You'll be ready to move up to the more advanced Level 3 content.
has loved marker pens for as long as she can remember! For over 20 years, Julia has made a career of developing and marketing art products, including the Blopens, Blendy Pens, Color Spritzer and Chameleon Pens.
Her formal title is Director of Marketing and Product Development for North America, but she is also involved in consumer education and product development worldwide. Demo and instruction for the Chameleon System are her favorite things to do, and Julia teaches live workshops and classes every chance she gets. She also does live, global TV demonstrations for all the great Chameleon Products!
Julia has been working with Chameleon Art Products and the inventor of Chameleon Pens since 2012, from the very beginning.
A full-time crafter who turned her passion into a profession, Cathy makes TV appearances and offers demonstrations and workshops at craft events around the world. She's taught paper crafting for over fifteen years and worked as a designer for several companies. Cathy was also commissioned by art material suppliers to write master classes on how to use their products, for magazine publication.
As a technique-based designer, she had to master, and occasionally invent, various methods for coloring projects. Cathy turned to the art market to find the best media to achieve professional results. She's worked with alcohol pens for almost a decade and amassed a wealth of knowledge, both through tuition and experimentation. Cathy is very excited to share this knowledge with you in our course.
"I want everyone to have fun, and to embrace the ethos of trial and exploration. It worked wonders for me, and I hope you will love the creative learning journey as much as I do." -Cathy