Want to learn more about our favorite middle child, Grey? Then Prismacolor artist, Shelley Minnis has some information on all the shades of grey that Prismacolor offers as well as some fun facts about the color!
Diana Garrett met with artist and friend Deborah Meyer, works in a log cabin studio in the woods of southern WI. It is only natural that trees would be one of her signature subjects. Diana is here to share a technique with you that she is excited about and that uses a number of Prismacolor products.
In preparation for Comic Con this year, I worked on some Super Heroine comics to demonstrate coloring with the Prismacolor Brush|Fine Art Markers and Illustration Markers for our Super Charge Your Superhero workshop. We just launched 44 new colors in our Premier Art Markers in June and I was so excited to experiment with them. I will show you my Comic Cat coloring project using some of the newest colors in the Brush|Fine Art Markers.
Summer is the perfect time to send someone an unexpected note and you can make it even more special when you create that card yourself! Brush up on your card making with this tutorial using Prismacolor Brush|Fine Art Markers with Prismacolor specialist, Shelley Minnis.
In honor of Independence Day, I decided to pay homage to our lovely Lady Liberty set in front of an array of fireworks. To capture the glow of fireworks, I chose to use black paper and build up the brilliant color, which mimics the night sky. You can see how to emulate this easy-to-do drawing and celebrate the 4th your own way!
Learn how-to light up your night!
Prismacolor Fine Art Specialist, Diana Garrett introduces a Watercolor technique that you can transfer to your marker work!
Shelley Minnis, Prismacolor Artist and Consumer Specialist recently travelled to Barcelona and one of her stops included visiting the Picasso Museum in Barcelona. Shelley was so inspired that she wanted to try her hand at Picasso’s famous style and shared her process with us!
In tribute to Earth Day, this tutorial demonstrates one way to draw a tree transitioning through the seasons. There are many ways to interpret this concept, and I encourage you to challenge yourself by picking a unique layout or different reference. Materials needed: Premier Brush|Fine Art Markers in Light Blue PB-47, Spanish Orange PB-123, Spring Green PB-25 & Goldenrod PB-69. Premier Illustration Markers in size 05 and Brush Tip: Black, Brown, Sienna, Orange, Green, & Blue. Feel free to explore other color options as well. There is no right or wrong choice.