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Monday, 27 June 2016

Monochromatic Weather...

I missed last weeks challenge at LOC so I'm getting in early this time.
Their challenge is "Monochromatic" and as I've done nothing but complain about how grey our weather has been I thought I'd stick with it as my inspiration lol
Meet Gothic Hamlet, on a dark and stormy night :D
*Who I am also entering in the June Dream in Darkness challenge*


I started by colouring Hamlet with a pale grey...
 and slowly building depth with gradually darker greys.
 Until redefining the lines with the darkest grey.
 Now he needed a background.
I cut a rough window in a piece of hammer(horror)ed white cardstock...
 and drew a few stone blocks around it.
Next the view of the weather...
a piece of black card put through a Sheena Douglas embossing folder, highlighted with white paint,
 and we have a very stormy sky :D
 I have to say I'm quite pleased with how this turned out :D

Enjoy XXX
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8 comments:

  1. So adorable Gina!! Too cute!!! This turned out amazing! Really love!!
    (I am so happy you didn't put my doll in the mail yet! I was worried you did!! Will let you know, when you can mail!)
    Big Hugs!

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  2. Fabulous monochrome Gina! Love how you built up the grays, awesome. Am really loving that stormy window, stunning! Thank you very much for playing along at Dream in Darkness!~kim

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  3. I love it when you go all Shakespearean and gloomy.

    Still, I want to see you rainbow and shine, too.

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  4. Perfect monochromatic tones and colouring for a shadowy night xxx

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  5. That embossing with white paing looks amazing and love you grey guy, he looks fab. Thank you for playing with Dream In Darkness, hope to see you again in July.

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  6. He looks mighty pleased to be on the other side of the window. Thanks for sharing at Dream In Darkness again

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  7. Just love this card. Thankyou so much for sharing with us at LOC. Good Luck...Genny DTxxx

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  8. Very cool work! You are so creative!

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