I just couldn't go to bed with out finishing this. I think I probably should have.
I must have lost it because this card is just a flop. I had an image in mind and this turned out nothing like what I wanted it to be. I foresee ripping this one down to bare bones at some point and redoing it. It just doesn't have any wow factor to me.
I've been busy chasing kids and helping my Grandma redo her bathroom. I need a nap! or two or three!!!
All of the primer and paint stuck all over my hands reminded me tonight that I haven't had ink on my fingers in awhile. Bad! Bad Me! It's one excuse after another with me these days.
I took my crocheting to bed last night with me lol. you know its bad when you crochet yourself to sleep. Who would have thought you could do that while lying down! Hee Hee.
Here is a card using a Mo's digital pencil image. Brianna used this one for our blog hop. I finally got a chance to use it myself!
I've used a mix of copics and un-blended prismas. Looking at the image though I may need to brake out the gamisol for the white...
I am really surprised at how well this pic came out. I read through the Den of Angels awhile back that a 50mm lens is excellent for taking portrait photo's. I've had one sitting in my camera bag for ever thinking such a small lens would be insignificant to the bigger toy's I have been packing around.
This lens is amazing! I highly recommend it to all DLSR owners!!
I've got the cute little cupcake image of Mo's as well and will be coloring it up tonight and hopefully have it posted tomorrow. No promises though. But I'll try. :)
Hugs to all and thank you for stopping by! I hope you all are having wonderful day's!
I'm trying to put my finger on steam punk.. Though I can't quite get passed pretty..
I've got watch parts to add to my next outfit, well see. I Love how this one turned out. I do love mixing and matching colors :)
Up next is a crochet sweater I made for the newest doll. She is a bit of a hybrid. I put a resin D.I.M head on an Obitsu vinal body. Saving Hundreds of dollars in the process. I am really amazed at how well the Obitsu body poses. At 60cm she's a big girl.
-Each of us will be giving away one digi image that we use for our project, Mine is the Rocking horse, Love it!!
-Other prizes you can win which will be picked randomly from the participants who CORRECTLY send Mo the final phrase are:
three people: win three each of Mo's Stampavie rubber stamps
three win: a $10 GC
three win: a Mo's coffee cup
three win: a Mo's tote
three win: a tee-shirt.
Grand prize: artwork From Mo! How cool is that!!!
So with no further Ado:
Here is Annie Hobby Horse! I have her popped up in 3D with the background representing riding of into the golden sunset! And of course I colored her riding my favorite kind of horse the paint! They are so beautiful!
Dang looks like a little peice of thread found a home on the horse's neck. Guess thats what I get for shooting pics of doll dresses in the same place I shoot cards!
Well any who I've colored in the image using copic markers. The orange background is hand sponged/painted using stampin up markers then stamped with stampin up stamps.
The sun/moon is painted using shimmering H2o's
So are you ready to head to the next blog on the list of fun? Don't forget to find the letter and right it down :) I Didn't make it too hard hee hee!
Next up on the blog hop is Caryn Be prepared to be inspired! Because Mo's art is just that! Inspiring! And what this amazing group of gals does with them Ohh La La!
This image from mo reminds me of the twins. Alicia's favorite book is of course
Twilight. Hee Hee
Also I just had to post a pic of Bri's card she made tonight for her teacher. The question still remains if she will be able to part with it and actually give it to her teacher... She tends to get really attached to her work. :)
When Bri was working on this she asked what colors a hedgie was so I had her poke through my Penny black stamps and she stated very Firmly Mo's is cuter. Hee Hee!
And last but not least a quick pic of one of the twins working to get thier car running.
They are working to get it sand dune ready as well. So everything is being re-enforced as well. Good thing it already came with a roll cage?
Oh I wish I could surprise them and find some seats for them! I think they would really start feeling like it's a car and not a very heavy project that inflicts many sore fingers. I can picture them now sitting out in the garage with the stereo on and imagining the road ahead of them...