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September 04, 2007

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Julie

FANTASTC! love those sandals!,Julie.x

Marikris

I'm sooo glad I stumbled on this blog. I just got some copics and the small air brush system and have been looking for creative ways to use them.

Do you think this effect will work on Illustration Boards like the Strathmore 500 Lightweight? From what I've been reading, many stampers use glossy card stock, but I am not a stamper so I am not sure how it will work with Bristol boards =(

Juanita

W O N D E R F U L L L L L L L L!!

TFS.

Debbie Olson

Ellen, thank you so much for showing Marianne's work! This certainly gives new ideas for possibilities that I didn't "get" until you showed us the pictures. :-D

t498

Beautiful, just wish I had half as much talent!

Jan Hunnicutt

Wow! I have one Copic marker and a blender pen. I've wanted to expirament before making the investment. Thank you so much for all the info and fotos, Marianne's artwork is wonderful! The shading, just wow! Thanks for sharing~

CatherineH (kiko)

Another wonderfully informative post! The effect from the rolled up paper towel reminds me of Roses in Winter. Very cool! Marianne's work is just dazzling. Thanks for sharing all your great tips with us!

Cathrine

Sorry - forgot to mention I have another blog sample that uses Prismas and Copics together.

http://cathystclair.blogspot.com/2007/09/frog-in-my-throat.html

Now I need to decide which Copic colors to get to go with my existing Prismas!

Cathrine

Very cool - I'll have to play more. I saw someone at a stamp convention using the reinkers in a similar way as you would use alcohol inks. Interesting look with very brilliant color.

I'm just starting to get the hang of blending - still a long way to go!

Rose Ann

Wow, wow, and wow! Thanks once again for the tips! Such amazing possibilities! Marianne's samples are incredible as well!

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