Monday, 28 October 2013

In the dead of the night...


When I was painting/writing with the GP I mixed up way too much, so quickly grabbed the nearest stencil and a piece of corrugated.


It sat there for a few days and then the PanPastelUk and Think Monday, Think Atc themes were revealed.  I painted the corrugated firstly in elephant fresco paint, then applied a coat of elephant mixed with black dress and finally another coat of black dress mixed with pewter.  I replaced the stencil and sponged through with French roast and then pewter treasure gold.  The moon was created with vanilla fresco paint and a spellbinders circle nestie.


Stamped the images and coloured them with new colours of distress markers.  The words and the fence have been coloured with extra dark grey pan pastel (820.2).


16 comments:

massofhair said...

Really like this, especially the tree! :-)

Helen said...

wow, that's fab - it really made me smile when I saw the final piece!

Jacqui Chimes said...

Love this

Marianne said...

Great!! Lovely for Halloween.
xxx Marianne

downrightcrafty said...

hi hun hope your well? Loving the depth on this and the colours and those perfectly placed words looks great with those two ace images
Hugs Kate xx

Lin said...

wow Sam this great!!! love those trees!!!

Daniela Rogall said...

nice, I like the figures in your creation

craftimamma said...

This is fab Sam! Those trees look really spooky and love the figures you added at the end. Smashing Halloween piece!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

chrissies said...

Love the images and the textures Sam--all in such a small space as well

Love Chrissie x

Sandy said...

Really wonderful - absolutely grand!!! I love the saying "In the dark of the night"! Sounds like a delicious adventure!
Sandy

Carol Q said...

fab tree Sam - great fun.

Sue said...

Love this Sam, great Halloween feel xx

danisart said...

wow very spooky - love this

hazel said...

I love it.
xxx Hazel.

Kirsten said...

That is fantastic!!

butterfly said...

Very cool - and so inspired by seeing those bare branches - I've just got that stencil and looking forward to cracking it open now!

The shading on the trees looks brilliant, and I love your spooky ghouls.
Alison x

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