Thursday, 28 May 2015

Date Night

Lizzy's Oddball Art images get my imagination going and as part of the DT we're encouraged to experiment to inspire you guys :)

I saw a couple of images and thought of an idea which I can now share with you - just had to get it printed, coloured, design the card, take photos then actually blog it - LOL!!

What I've done is combined two of Lizzy's images to make this scene

This first image is number 124.

I've combined it with image number 91


Here are the two together.  I've coloured the images with ProMarkers and Copics.  Added a little biro and black polychromos pencil.


Here's the finished card :)

The papers are from Lili of the Valley and I've also used some black card stock.

The sentiment I made.  I looked for some spooky writing on the web to use as a reference.  The one I picked was Zombie Holocaust from Evolutionary Designs.  I kind of tried to copy the writing by sketching the sign which I then coloured with ProMarker and biro.

The finishing touches to this one are some black self adhesive gems.

Hope I've inspired you to have a play around with Lizzy's images - and don't forget all us DT ladies have a code you can use to get 10% discount at checkout on Etsy - just quote DTANDREA10 for mine
Andrea x

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges
Robyn's Fetish - Anything Goes
The Corrosive Challenge - Anything Goes
Crafting from the Heart - Anything Goes
Not Just Cards - Anything Goes



5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous colouring Andrea, especially the grass. I love the coupling of the images & the sentiment. Just perfect. Thank you so much for joining us at Left of Center Creative Challenges for Challenge 79 black & White + one colour? I hope you can join us for our next weekly challenge. AELx

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  2. Thanks for entering our Not Just Cards Challenge and good luck!
    Monica - DT

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  3. Love it. I would never think of combining images but might try that now that I have seen it works c

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  4. Fangtastic project. Loving the images and the script. Thank you for sharing this with us over at Crafting from the Heart. Sue DT xx

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  5. Fabulous images! Great composition! Thanks for sharing with LOC!!

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