Tuesday, October 9, 2012

JDE Challenge #26 - Sketch - Halloween

Good morning all!

I'm up again hosting at Jackson's Digital Expressions  Challenge :) This time it's a Sketch Challenge.

I "drew" up this sketch using GIMP

You can use any type of gate or fence and you can place them anywhere you'd like (same for the sentiment) But try to keep the general concept of the sketch.
Also you can choose whatever colors you have... I chose these colors on the sketch for clarity.

Okay on to my project:
I used all digis from Robert Jackson and merged them
Hunted House, Uh-Oh and Lil Dracula


The paper is from Carta Bella- All Hallow's Eve
it was off white and of course black bats
but I wanted to make it more colorful  like one of those 
beautiful evening skies with beautiful colors; for that I used Time Holtz distress inks .

The quote is from the movie: Blacula.

I hope you liked the card. 

Make sure to create something cool

Crafty hugs,




9 comments:

  1. Totally love the wonderful scene you have created!!! Really awesome.

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  2. You always do the cutest things with Robert's images!!! I love this card, nice work Ms. Katya, thanks for sharing and inspiring!!

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  3. Fabulous - love those images. Thank you for joining us at Haunted Design House :-)

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  4. Owwww spooky and fits so well to our theme at NMWC. Thanks for joining and good luck, hugs, marion

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  5. what a fun card, the images work perfectly and I really like the colouring job.
    thanks for joining us at haunted design house

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  6. Love the spooky scene. Thanks for playing along with us this month at NMW Challenges, hope to see you again next challenge. Hugz Suzanne

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  7. OOOh bats! Lots of bats! Fab images and great coloring. thanks for joining us at HDH. xxD

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  8. Hehe great work. Thanks for sharing with us at Haunted Design House x

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