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gaby sayer

This is beautiful! Debbie, you are so talented! You really inspire me to try and draw, without stressing too much about "perfect" lines! One day I hope to color a little bit like you do!
Thanks for the inspiration!!


Stunning work, I hope to color with my copics that well someday!
Thanks for sharing.

terrie bailey

WoW Stunning Debbie TFI:) xxx


Fantastic drawing and coloring, gorgeous!

Carol R

I love to see your coloring. This is beautiful and so real looking.

diane mcvey

Happy Mother's Day!
Debbie, you just MUST start a line of Debbie Olson stamps! I am totally serious, you have such marvelous talent, and we would LOVE to own your beautiful images! I'd be the first in line to buy, buy, buy!!!
"GORGEOUS" doesn't even do these lilies justice...they are simply amazing. WOW! Those shades of pink are remarkable. You have talent beyond belief!!!

Cindy O

Debbie, I've enjoyed your Thinking Inking blog, and now it's wonderful that you're starting this new blog! I'm not a great artist, but I love drawing and coloring with my Copics. I've found lots of Copic-related resources for card makers (I do some of that, too) and manga - but very little for sketching. So I'm very happy that you're going in this direction. Looking forward to your work (slow is fine!), work in progress, and tips.


WOW, absolutely gorgeous!!!!! So wish I could make a trip to Wichita but can't get off work....

Wow, I'm still speechless. :-)

Stephanie S.

WOW!!!! I am so impressed. I have got to take one of these classes and get a better handle using these markers. I think I am to heavy handed.


What kind of sketch book are you using as far as paper goes so that you can color with copics? Watercolor paper? What weight? Would like more information, please. Your pictures are lovely.

Emily Giovanni



Thank you, Debbie for showing us another layer of your talent. Also for your encouragement for us who may want to give it a try. Beautiful !


Oh my...something more for me to swoon over. Your blog was one of the first to draw me in to paper crafting and now this! I really need to quit my day job to have more time to dabble in all of this! keep inspiring me, you are my idol!

Tricia T

What a treat to see you using your gifts from God this way, Debbie! This is going to be a blessing to so many people and I can just hear your passion for teaching flowing through. Miss you!!!

Sharon Harnist

Holy. WOW! What an inspiration, Debbie!


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