Oh boy, why is it that so many must have stamps arrive in the post only to be hidden away in a storage box and stay there without seeing a drop of ink................................ the shame!!
So albeit a little late here is my New Years Resolution....
...............to get inky!!!
And this is the first of many projects I intend to share with you all:
As soon as I saw this little dragon I knew she had to join my collection, in fact I splurged on quite a few of the stamps in this particular release!
Here is Lillyrose in for her close up.
Have you noticed that sometimes your images look a little fragmented - no I do not mean your masking has gone wrong, just that the colours of objects within your project seem to fight with one another for attention and the whole picture fails to gel?
Try this - because I wanted Lillyrose to be the focal point, but not completely overshadow the castle I incorporated her body colours throughout the image - can you spot where?
Answer at the bottom of the post.
For those of you who like to know which Copics I used brace yourself - there are quite a few!!
as well as....
Memory Box Tessatina border die
First Edition Paper - Animal Antics
Whimsy sentiment stamp
Twine from stash
I would like to enter Lillyrose in the following challenges:
(castles have big gardens AKA Kingdoms)
My Mums Craft Shop - Favourite Song/Movie (Puff the Magic Dragon)
As always thanks for hopping by and hope to see you again soon
For those of you that said "flag" - well done. But did you spot it in the scene I doodled behind the castle, in both the moat and grassland. What about the castle rooves - it helped tone down the redness which was drawing my eye away from the dragon and yes I even added a little BG10 to the castle walls too.
How many did you manage to spot?