Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Skeleton Luka

It's October and that means the scary images are out and ready to be colored!  This project features Skeleton Luka from La La Land Crafts combined with images from Make it Crafty (Egyptian Chair, Egyptian Vase #1 and Egyptian Vase #4) to create this spooky scene.  Looks like the LLLC Customer Gallery is gone but if it comes back up then I'll enter this into the mix.


The face was directly inspired by Jennifer's amazing skeleton image she colors with another Make it Crafty image - one, that I'm proud so say, that I own!  Eeek!  Jennifer put it in an awesome frame and I've got it out for the season - it's amazing!  (If she doesn't post pictures soon then I might leak a few of my own.  LOL)


One of the challenges at Make it Colourful this month is to color eyes and so this one, though red and yellow, is one of my attempts at doing realistic eyes.  I goofed on the highlights and should have kept the white parts the same on both eyes instead of mirroring it - but hay, learn and live.  :D

I'd like to enter this into the following challenges:

Stamp and Create October Challenge - Halloween or Thanksgiving
(I remembered the flat part but didn't see the A2 size until now)
Cards in Envy Challenge - Now That's Scary! (Just for fun only)

8 comments:

  1. This is AMAZING!!! Love your shadows! Your coloring is fantastic!

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  2. Fantastic work, I am so out of my depth with you big girls. I love the felt pumpkins too. The La-La Customer Gallery has gone now. X

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  3. Wonderful!!! I love your coloring and all the details!
    xoxo

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  4. Your Halloween card is wonderful and certainly scary, however for our challenge we only accept A2 (4.25" x 5.5") cards, no square cards. I hope you understand and please join us again with an A2 card. Thank you,
    Sandy Cards in Envy Host

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  5. He's cute and scary at the same time. Amazing coloring.

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  6. VAST improvement on this stamp. I love the look, really love it. Great job, Barbara.

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