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Day 12 of 31: Bat Girl

Greetings, and welcome to Day 12 of the 31 Days of Halloween! Since it's Wednesday, there is a new Wicked Wednesday ATC Challenge. This week, we are sponsored by A Day for Daises, and the theme is "Cute or Creepy Halloween."


I decided to work with Bat Girl. I love how she has bats in her hair that are really subtle. I colored the image with my Zig Clean Color Markers and a water brush. I also used some Shimmery Silver Delicata Ink from Imagine.  It adds just the right amount of glam to this already beautiful image. 


I also added some cool silver mesh and a few black cabochons. Nothing crazy, because I wanted the image to be the only real focus. Please play along with the Wicked Wednesday team this week. Visit the WW Blog to see what the rest of the team has come up with. And don't forget to stop by all of the Wicked Bloggers...they are listed in my side bar. Thanks for stopping by. Have a creeptastic day!

Comments

Mary Holshouser said…
I was hoping that wasn't the stuff
inside her head ouzzing it. would
be hard to get around without it.
thanks for sharing
Great image!
Love the purple.
Viki Banaszak said…
This is a great image. I love the bats.
Susan Renshaw said…
This is fabulous - love the purple!
Jade Passmore said…
Bat Lady is both creepy and cool. Love the colors and texture on your card.
Sarah Nancarrow said…
Oh yes I see the bats now, the watercolour really gives the image a dreamy quality.
Susan Salyer said…
oh love what you do to the images...such fabulous talent hun!

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