Reported by Simone Collins
Copic Markers have quickly become the alcohol marker of choice or rubber stampers and scrapbookers alike. Here at CHA, it was nice to see all 346 colors up close.
Plus, it is nice to see designers like Colleen Schaan working with the markers and getting some of her pro tips.
Coloring enthusiasts are going to love the new Shadows and Shading by Marianne Walker. This beginners guide will explain light placement and includes guides as well.
Copic also works with their air brushing systems.
Marianne Walker was there to show us how easy it is to use with the markers.
These atyou Spica Glitter Pens are a great way to add a little bling to any project. They come in 24 colors and feature a no-clog nib.
The biggest news at the show is the introduction of Copic’s new website, Copic Color. Copic Color is a community for people who love Copic markers. This new website allows people to keep track of the markers they have and want, create custom color palettes to share with their friends, post artwork made with Copic Markers, find Copic Marker dealers carrying the colors they want, and best of all it is optimized for mobile devices.
And if that wasn’t enough, here is some of the great samples featured in the Copic booth.
Are you a Copic fanatic? What do you love about them? And what do you think about the new Copic Color? We would love to know!