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Rad Lady Raven

I love playing along with the Kenny K Krafty Girlz whenever I can. Not just because their challenges are fun, but because I just LOVE coloring in those Kenny K images! This week, there is a sketch challenge. I used Lady Raven for my project.

Here’s my version…which I altered a bit from the original.

Because I like to use a lot of pattern and texture, I thought the original sketch would be too busy if I stuck to it. I think my simplified version came out cool!

What do you think of Lady Raven in these bright and cheery colors? I think she looks fabulous! She can rock out in black and red of course, But I really like her in these colors too! She was colored with my EK Success Watercolor Markers.

The “Rad” and the texture stamp behind Lady Raven (the black on turquoise) are both from Smeared Ink.  Can I just say that I really want those purple boots of hers???

be sure to visit me tomorrow, when I will be posting a brand new Groovy Gurlz challenge for StampInsanity! I lurve the card I have for it, and I hope you will to! Until then, have an inspiring day!!!

Comments

~Lady B~ said…
This is so fab! You rocked it!
Anonymous said…
That's gorgeous, love it, love KennyK images too, your right they are so much fun to colour :)
Suzi
xxx
Daniella said…
Anther wonderful creation!! Your coloring is fabulous!
xxD
Rach said…
brilliant card, and great take on the sketch.. thank you for joining us @ KKKG's challenge blog. hugs rachxx
Jeanette said…
Love this card. The colors that you have chosen are perfect for this Kenny G image!
Hugs Jeanette xxo
Micki said…
Love it. And with my SIL doing his hillclimbs (dirtbike) I'm all about 'grunge' and 'texture'. LOVE the sentiment, perfect! Although you kept it simple in terms of texture, I can still 'feel' the texture on this card. Definitely love it. :-)
Kathi said…
Great card. I love her boots too. I really like your take on the sketch and how you colored her.
What a gorgeous card, thanks so much for joining us at KKKGC......

Hugs
Judith
Dawn said…
Wow ... those colours are so bright and gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing with us over at KKKG this week :D

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