It features images from the new Happy Camper and Helping Hands stamp sets. I started by drawing a rough sketch of the card to see if the little story that I came up with would make sense. Then I made a second skectch with all of the measurements and images to check that everything fit.
Measurements for comic strip card
Next, I cut all of the frames with my paper trimmer. Here are the measurements if you want to make a comic strip card exactly like mine:
- Frame 1 (with car): 2 1/4″ x 1 1/2″ (5,8cm x 3,8cm)
- Frame 2 (landscape): 2 5/8″ x 1 1/2″ (6,7cm x 3,8cm)
- Frame 3 (kayaking bear): 2″ x 1 7/8″ (5,1cm x 4,7cm)
- Frame 4 (My hero): 1 1/4″ x 1 7/8″ (3,2cm x 4,7cm)
- Frame 5 (tent): 1 1/2″ 1 7/8″ (3,8cm x 4,7cm)
I left a distance of about 3/16″ (5mm) around each frame except for the middle 1/2″ (1,2cm) for the sentiment. You can also leave a 1/4″ (7mm) outer frame, 3/8″ (1cm) for the middle and 1/8″ (3mm) between the frames, like in my sketch below.
List of Copic markers used for comic strip card
For the coloring I used the following Copic markers: Y17, Y15, R39, R29, R24, E49, E47, E43, G99, G94, G07, G05, G03, G02, W10, W7, W5, W3, W1, W00, C3, C2, C00, B02, B01, B00, B000, BG13, BG11, BG10, E37, E35, E33, E51, E50, R01 and R00.
Check out the quick tutorial where I share tips and tricks on how to make this type of comic strip card! It’s ideal for using those tiny stamps included in most sets.
I’ll leave you with a list of the MFT products that I used. Have a nice day!
List of products used for comic strip card
- Happy Camper stamp set
- Helping Hands stamp set
- To the Rescue stamp set
- To the Rescue Die-namics
- Essential Speech Bubbles Die-namics
- Band-Aids Die-namics
- Jalapeño Popper Card Stock
- Extreme Black Hybrid Ink
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