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Day 13 of 31: Poe and his Crows

Greetings! Time for day 13!!! Today I am bringing you a card that uses a FABULOUS Rick St. Dennis image of Edgar Allan Poe, along with the Crows from Dreamweaver Stencils that I shared with you on Thursday. Hey! Did you know that Rick has a new Zibbet Shop? Check it out...it is so organised and FULL of images! Over 400 of them! But first, take a peek at my project, please.

Truth be told, I had this image colored (and shown here) some time ago. But I never had it put onto a proper project. I knew I needed to do so this month! It went together so quickly.

I really enjoyed making him green. Zombie flesh looks good on him, no? As far as the stenciling, I simply used a small round stencil brush (from Dreamweaver) to apply my ink in a circular motion. Took all of 1 minute. I used Versa Craft ink (Tsukineko), which is such a wonderfully rich black.

I broke out this fabulous green paper that I had used for a Bombshell card at the beginning of the month. I loved the gradation of color that was similar to what I did with my Spectrum Noir markers. I hope you have enjoyed my rather simple piece for today. Though the coloring took quite some time, it was done a while ago. Please be sure to visit Rick's new Zibbit shop, as well as the rest of the Smeared & Smudged Wicked Bloggers, all listed in my sidebar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creep-tastic day!

Comments

DogsMom said…
All you have put together for this card works well together.
DonnaMundinger said…
I love him with Zombie flesh! Brings out his eyes. That's one cool stencil, too. xxD
Steph said…
Great card! Poe looks stunning with green flesh :)
Rick St. Dennis said…
Looks great-Thanks for using my POE image-I love the L'ombre red behind the green face-Great job!
Ooooo wicked cool, Poe never look so good! Love the birds too!
monique said…
Love your card great colours
~Lady B~ said…
Awesome project! Your coloring rocks and I love your stencil and background too :)
Lyneen said…
Oh my... this is a GREAT POE card... love him with the green face!!! Gives him a eerie look!!!
ldfdesign said…
I really don't think this is simple. I'm always amazed at your coloring! Love how you made him green.
Wendy said…
Wow Alison...Edgar looks great zombiefied. I think I just made up a word, lol! Love your stencils also.
Carla said…
Poe looks good in green! Love the ravens too.
Emily Thubbron said…
Poe definitely looks good in zombie green. Great job on this.
mark gould said…
Ooo. A zombie Poe. Very very cool. X
maureenjscott said…
Fabulous Poe project - love the zombie look and the crows are fab! mo x
Matney said…
Poe looks great in those green colors. Fit that frame color perfectly. Love those crows along the bottom.

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