Skull trooper

Skull trooper

My nephew named this card for me. He saw it sitting on my desk when I was working on it and he was excited that I made a Skull trooper card. It is and it isn’t. I was really just playing around with some ephemera and really liked how this looked. We see what we want to see, isn’t that what art is all about?

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Night rider

Night rider

Alcohol inks are way to much fun! I doubled my color pallet today, and I picked up a couple of tools to play with as well. Now I am playing around with different papers and techniques. This time I used the backside of photo paper. Which is kind of awesome because years ago I bought a huge package at Costco and now I have something to use it up with.

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Batz

Batz

The universe spoke and I listened! I had an idea of making the sky background with my currently limited pallet of alcohol inks and was kind of playing around with it. Then I noticed the Library challenge for Dracula, which I could have done so many cards for, but the cover really struck me. Then I received a newsletter from Odd Ball Art co. with the bats, and I knew what I needed to do.

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Magic school memories

Magic school memories

Whenever I see this photo I think of a Quidditch team. I wanted to tell a bit of that story that pops up in my head on this card. The really fun part was making the background. I have been trying to figure out alcohol inks and this was my first really good one. I think I am finally getting the hang of it. What a fun new medium! Now if I can just get over this bit of cold I brought home from the pumpkin patch.

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