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Wickidz Preview with the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls!


I have something very special for you today! It's a preview for the new Simply B Stamps Collection, the Wickidz. Which I am proud to say that I came up with their title! The Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls will be working with the darker side of SBS. So the creepier images, the darker stuff, will be released through us. There are 6 new images. We Dolls are previewing 3 today, and then 3 more tomorrow for release day, along with a collection of sentiments! Today, I am previewing Malice and Petunia for you. Let's start with Malice.


Isn't she creepy? All of the Wickidz have really cool backgrounds. It's fun to color them in! Featured with Malice is one of the new sentiments that will be available for purchase starting tomorrow.


I used watercolor markers and Copics for both Malice and Petunia. I did Malice's hair a wee bit differently from what I normally do. I used a pale blue in her hair  instead of a light gray. I thought it would look cool with her blue dress.

I mimicked the bricks in the background of the digi with my EK Success fence punch and a brick colored Copic. I really like how it turned out! And now, here is Petunia!

I made an entry in my art journal. How do you like my sentiment? Betty liked it so much, that she made it one of the sentiments in the coordinating collection. I'm telling you, you will use these sentis all the time! So make sure you snag 'em!

I did Petunia's hair a little different as well. Just a lot of swirls, curls, and layering. I think it's wild...like her! I love her background...and can I just say that I want her pentagram rug?!

The stamped sentiments you see are from Smeared Ink. And the fence (I'm sensing a trend here...) is a Tattered Angels screen. I inked it with Distress Ink.


All of the images and sentiments will be available for purchase tomorrow! They will be available only in digi form, which I know will make many of you very happy. Couldn't you just see these images blown up really big? I know I can!

So, how would you like to win one of these Wickidz for yourself? One lucky commentor will win the Malice digi! Be sure to visit every blog, because you won't know who's blog has the prize! I will announce the winner tomorrow. So hop on over to the Beyond the Burtonesque Dolls Blog to see what the rest of the Design Team has created. Don't forget to show everyone some love!

Comments

Trudie said…
Just fantastic! The sentiments couldn't be more perfect ....can't wait to see the rest!
Trudiexx
FitterTwit said…
O-M-G!!! LLLLLOOOOOVVVVVEEEEEE!
Alison... Your coloring is beautiful as always! I love the pale blue in Malice's hair! And Petunia... what can I say she is definitely after my own heart! I have a few people I would LOVE to stick a pin or two in! Bwahahaha! Hugs!
Starla B. said…
This is fabulous!! These are both so creepy. Great job with the names and the sentiments!! They are hilarious...especially the pinterest one. =D
Alex said…
LOOOOOOOOOOVE the fence addition with Malice. You are SO creative and I just LOVE to see what you come up with girl!!!

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