I hope that you are all having a Ghoul old time with my Halloween cards. :O) Let me warn you ahead of time that this might be a longer than usual post as I really want to share this with you all.
I don't know what got into me when I got home tonight, but I was trying to look for a specific digi image that I have on my PC when I came across this ADORABLE image that I am almost positive I got off of a sight called 'Deviant Art' last year. I am so so sorry to the artist that drew this image, I wasn't able to make out the signature on it, so I am going to try my best tomorrow when I get home to research it for you all. I want to make sure that credit is given where credit is due. At any rate, I just could not resist printing her out and coloring her. The only thing is, as you will soon see I must have been in a crazy mood or something as I decided that instead of just a cute teenager listening to her music that she needed to be an undead. Yes, a ZOMBIE! lol.,.. I just don't know what happened. I swear I don't watch anything zombie or even half way scary. I hate, and I do mean hate, the move 'The Wizard of Oz' for goodness sakes, but I will confess that I just let loose and went for this one. I had the best time just coloring her and the more I got into it the more I really wanted her to look undead.
As I was determined to make this girl into a Zombie I remembered that my blogging friend Amy has made a couple of videos on Zombie/Vampire skin combos using your Copic markers, so I headed over to here and was able to come up with this little gals skin. :O) While I was busy giving her a very bad skin condition my DD suggested that she needed to have red eyes as according to her the blood pools and turns them a reddish brown color. (!!!?????!!!) I don't know... :O) Well, as fate would have it, Amy also has a great video on how to get the most out of your red Copics. Click here to check it out. I just know that you will enjoy that video as well.
Lastly, you might have suspected that once upon a time she might have been a blond, but since she has been dead her hair has kind of mildewed, hence the greenish tint to it. :O) I truly am sorry for the long post, but WOW what fun I had with this. I guess I have a somewhat dark side to me after all. Baa ha ha ...
So, before I let you go (if your still here) I do know 'NOW' that my sentiment says ROCKS! and I have already fixed it, I just didn't feel like pulling everything back out to retake the picture. :O( If you were to see my desk at the moment you would totally understand.
Well guys, I have taken up enough of your time for one night so I will wish you all a great day tomorrow. Talk at you later. :O)
Hugs, Lisa G
image- Deviant Art-online
cs-Neenah Classic Crest Solor White, Black-EHD & Royal Velvet-PTI
dp-eerie paper pad-2009-BG (If anyone knows where I can get more of this would you let me know?)
sentiment-Juice Itc @ 28 & 35-computer font
Spellbinder's classic frame & pagemaps labels & tags dies
inks-Fluid Chalk-Chestnut Roan-ColorBox
enamel dot-kate & co-MME
shirt-W8-W7-W6 & E40
accent colors for tints-W0-W1