Sarah will take you on a deep dive into the world of color and color layering, which is specifically helpful when working with color limited mediums like markers or colored pencils and requires a different approach to color than one would use with mixable mediums. This class will include multiple worksheets of fully drawn subjects that can be printed out on drawing paper for you to use throughout the course. Sarah will cover the basics of color theory, and then focus on the layering of dark colors, light colors, and bold colors since all take slightly different approaches. Finally, everything covered in this class will be put together to color one final image together. By the end of this course you will have several beautifully colored drawings and feel equipped to navigate complex color layering with markers and colored pencils.
Sarah’s three virtual classes have been built together so that if you take more than one, many of the supplies and specific marker colors will overlap with one another and will not require a large re-purchase of markers.
Recommended Supply List
- Printouts of the worksheets on drawing paper recommended:
- Bristol Smooth Surface 9×12 Drawing Paper ($10) or,
- Legion Stonehenge White Paper 9×12 or 5×7 $10+)
- You can print each worksheet out as many times as you want
- Markers: Copic Markers**
- Grayish Violet BV25, Cool Gray No 5 C5, Warm Gray No 8 W8, Slate BV29
- Pink Flamingo E01 or Macadamia Nut YR30, Cool Gray No 1 C1, Dull Lavender BV20 or Pale Gray Blue B60
- BOLD GREENS: Dim Green G40, Anise YG21, Cobalt Green YG45, Verdigris G85, Green Gray 93, Pistachio G43, Ice Ocean BG72, or
- BOLD REDS: Tea Orange E95, Vermillion R08, Prawn R24, Light Mahogany E07, Honey Y38 or Lightning Yellow Y18
** If you choose a different and more affordable marker brand be sure they have a large range in dark light and bold colors- and variance in light mid and bold variations of each.
A note on the markers: you can purchase much cheaper marker sets that have a much broader range on amazon etc. These are great if you are just getting your feet wet, just be certain that if you do this you are getting sets with a broad range of light mid and dark tones in each color. Also be sure to pair it with hardy paper. Cheaper sets tend to ruin papers more easily when blending many colors together.
This class must meet minimum enrollment by February 22 at 4:00 PM. Please register before this date to ensure your spot.
This class is completely virtual and a strong internet connection is required. A link to join the class will be sent to those who register.
- March 8, 2022
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Venue: Zoom Virtual Studio
This event will take place completely over zoom and a strong internet connection is required. Instructions to join the virtual studio will be sent to those who register.