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Creating the look of pleats and folds with Copics

Hiya friends!

It’s Amy from A Thousand Sheets of Paper here, and I’m so excited to be joining this special celebration during Kristy’s Birthday Bash Month! There have already been so many great tips and tricks already posted with even more still to come… how awesome is that?

Today I’m going to share a video tutorial on how I create the appearance of dimensional folds and pleating on the clothing of stamped images, featuring the gorgeous new Gifty Gwen clear stamp from Some Odd Girl. πŸ™‚

Thanks for stopping by today and a BIG Happy Birthday to you Kristy! πŸ™‚

21 comments to “Creating the look of pleats and folds with Copics”

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  1. That is an awesome vid tut Amy! I bookmarked it because I’ll need to watch it when I color. Thanks so much! You girls are really sharing some great ideas and tuts this birthday month!

  2. Amy….You must have read my comment from yesterday!!!
    Pleats and folds are just the thing I struggle with and your tutorial looks like I can finally tackle it with confidence!!! THANK YOU!!!

  3. Thanks Amy! Always learn a great deal from all your copic tutorials, I can’t live without them! Kristy & Amy, can we have a tutorial to show how you gals ‘create’ noses for all the characters please please….

  4. What a great video…exactly what I needed and asked for! Thanks Amy your copic skills are awesome…and thank Kristy for a wonderful week of copic tutorials. It’s been super helpful.

  5. Yay! Pleats and folds! What a wonderful tut by my sweet friend Amy! Isn’t she amazing? I’m so luvn all the fun here . . . what a great way to spend your b-day Kristy!

  6. Oh Amy – this is fabulous hon! I love the gorgeous coloring you did on her dress and thanks for sharing your wonderful technique!! Beautiful job!
    Hugs,
    M

  7. Superb video Amy, thanks much. You make it seem so simple, and it is, I think something like this just take practice!! And knowing where the shadows go. Some stamp images are much easier than others. Seems like the main thing is establishing where the light source is, and being consistent. Loved it~~thank you again.
    Donna

  8. Hi Amy!

    I love gwen, I really feel she looks like me enough to stamp her and write a short message from me. Anyway I am thrilled that I will have about 20 more days of these great Tuts. My coloring is already improving, it can only get better where I am at now! I second the nose idea, it would be nice to see it done by you pros!

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