Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Down on the beach

Dearest Minions,

This is my entry to this week's Tuesday Taggers challenge Down on the beach sponsored by one stop craft store. My entry is wistful thinking, the image is Black Pearl from Delicious doodles. I started with the tag but she looked far too exotic and warm to be in the North Sea. So I made a grey North Sea sister for her, who could well be found near a Suffolk beach.

The images are coloured with flexi markers and copics markers. However I still found the colours too bright for grey pearl so I sponged weathered wood distress ink over the image, which worked well and married into the background of the card which is made with a Tim Holtz mask, distress inks and a my mind's eye script stamp. The eyes have been highlighted by glaze to make them stand out and look liquidy.

look forward to your entry.

also entering this into:
pan pastals -anything goes
Smudger challenge -tag you're it - warm pearl

Grey Pearl

warm pearl

cat - not interested in women fish, just fish fish


Unknown said...

Thanks for joining us this week at PanPastel uk.I really like the image and love the tag.You have a really sweet puddy tat !!! I have four myself lol.

Kerry DT Leader

anna christensen crafts said...

I love the grey version - it is gorgeous, loving the cat too xx

Andrea C said...

Great tag, she is a gorgeous image. Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design House and for the Smudger Challenge x

Meggymay said...

Two beautiful pieces, its a super image.
Yvonne x

Netty said...

Beautiful image and loving your tags, Annette x

G Peplow said...

HI EE, I'm really loving these images and the colouring, I think the eyes would show up better IRL:0) Cats will be cats LOL This one is gorgeous and snoozy, xxx

Brenda Brown said...

Great contrasts in the pieces and I love the pic of your cat.
Thanks for linking this to PanPastel UK this week.
hugs {brenda} xox

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

Really beautiful, a fab image and I love both the different versions. Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge blog
Lindsay xx