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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Tutorial Tuesdays: Oddleigh Witchiepoo time lapse Copic Colouring with Leigh!

Howzit Stamping Friends!
 WOW, can't believe it's Tuesday again already, time really does fly when you're having fun😆

lil Miss Oddleigh Witchiepoo coloured by Leigh

It's my turn to bring you

October is fast approaching and something wicked definitely this way comes so I've got a Copic time lapse speed colouring of lil Miss Oddleigh Witchiepoo for you today to get you in the Halloween mood😊

I had so much colouring her and you'll be seeing lots of wonderful projects featuring her during the upcoming annual 31 Days of Halloween blog hop, Oct 1-31!  Mark your calendars and join us!
FYI...I started with E40 on her skin!

I hope you enjoy my video and will add lil Miss Oddleigh Witchiepoo to your collections today....she's on FLASH SALE for one day only so snap her up quick!
Sale ends 9/27 at noon PDT!

I used the following Copic markers:
E40, 41, 42, 43 and YG00
BG45 and 49
R22, 24, 27 and 59
Hair and Eyebrows
BV01, 02, 13, W1, 5, 7 and 9
Black 100, W5, 7, 9, YG00, 03, G07, Y13, 15, 17, 38 and 0 colourless blender
YG00, 03, G07 and W5
BV01, 02, 13, W5 and 0 colourless blender
BG45 and 49
 YG00, 03, G07, BG45, 49, R22, 24, 27 and 59
Black 100, W5, 7, 9, BV01 and R22
Y13, 15, 17, 38, E 17, 18
Finishing highlights
Copic Opaque White paint
Thanks for stopping by to see my video tutorial today!
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Happy Stamping!


  1. Thank you so much for this tutorial. Most time-lapse videos skip the Copic color number, and that's frustrating for me. I'm learning about color combos, and how to use them effectively, but without knowing the combo numbers, it's had to figure it out. Your video is so helpful, and the image is fabulous. Your color combos will work beautifully on so many images, and will be really fun to work with.

    1. Thank you Holly, I'm pleased you liked it! Knowing how much it helps you means so much to me. I believe knowing the colours at the time is important too...except that first colour, it got cut short by the transition, I started with E40 FYI ;0)


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