Monday, February 25, 2013

LUCKY GIRL... a digital image from our latest release

 hola muchachas,

i have been practicing the coloring and bits by bits i am getting there. this week acm has the spectrum noirs on sale 50% off and i went i got some :D
so far, i can see they blend well on my watercolor paper from strathmore but i definitely need to learn how to shade, lol. the hair on my lucky girl was not that lucky, lmbo.

 this lucky girl is from the newest release at SK DIGIS and i chose her to my practice with the spectrum noirs since the dress needed a bit more coloring than what i am used to.

Lucky Girl
( i might make a tag from it)
2.75" wide x 4" tall
---you do know how much i love bright, rich colors but i must use softer hues for my coloring until i learn this coloring business (if i ever do)---, i believe it simplifies the trauma, lol

lucky girl has glassy eyes (done with glossy accents) because she did not sleep well last night, she came back from the oscars really-really late. hehe

 another view  to see the stickles and, the snapshot (polaroid) frame with the stamped background and, a close view of the hair, lol....you can see i need lots of practice in the shadowing department, hehe.

and on this last pic (you can not see it because it is white) but i used washi tape, and i stamped on it the shamrocks and sentiment. i did not want to stamp right on the frame just in case i had trouble but i did not. i used a dye ink for it and it did not smear. actually, i like it a lot...it was not my intention to have it transparent, but it worked. i really like how my lucky girl turned out despite the blotchy hair :D


Supplies Used:
digital image:     sk digis (lucky girl)
patterned paper:     dear lizzy (neopolitan)
white cardstock:     georgia pacific
background stamp:     unity stamps (jars of love 3)
sentiment and shamrocks:     g-studio clear stamp
inks:     g-studio (yellow); versafine (black); clearsnap/ancient page (pine)
markers:     spectrum noir
cricut cartridge:      any cartridge with a rectangle will work. i used my gypsy to position one rectangle inside the other with the measurements i needed for my project. 

so happy you stopped by to see my project. 

we have our weekly challenge going on at sk digis and if you want to participate, you can click here for all the details.

see you on wednesday!
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6 comments:

  1. OMG! she is lovely... Thanks Agnes... HUGS...SK :)

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  2. She is super adorable. I love the glossy accents:) Gorgous color too!!

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  3. She's just adorable, I love the glossy eyes, and I kiss her too... lol!!! I'm still working on my coloring but it still doesn't get any better... lol! Your coloring looks good to me, my friend -- wish mine did look like that... lol!

    Hugs!

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  4. Lol you are so funny...I have glossy eyes, but mine is from being sick. Still down with that sinus pressure I told ya about. She is cute and you did a great job. I can't wait to play with my markers :)

    Hugs, Sheena

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  5. This is terrific Agnes, that little lucky girl is adorable!!

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Have a fun day!!!