Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Tuesday taggers

Well it is still Tuesday (just!) and here is my take on the new challenge set by my teamie Sally, which is Sea, Water, Boats,................ you just have to make something using one or more of these things.
I made another scene.... this time using a shipwreck from THIRD COAST... i think, the water nymph from SMEARED INK, and a couple of other stamps that i have no idea about! It is all coloured with water colours and ink.... the shells and weed are mounted on foam to give depth.
I used a chinese white pencil to (hopefully) give the impression of flowing water.
Please come and play along this week.... pop over to the Taggers challenge site and see what the other DT members have done..... and sorry if nakie offends!
Thanks for visiting me.
love lynx

8 comments:

  1. So much detail. Had to blow it up to full size the seaweed and shells look so real and you succeeded with the water effect. I'm loving it
    xx

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  2. wow girl im lost for words its absolutely awesome im lovin it...!!!! hugz Anita

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  3. I really am impressed, girlfriend - this is awesome! The image is super duper awesome the way you colored her and she looks wonderful, very artistic - you know nudity has always been artistic and this is no exception - it's beautiful. I love the way you gave depth to the sea life - it's just amazing, girl. I love it! The white pencil has that effect of flowing water and whispering wind, too - great job!

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  4. Love how the two images are perfectly merged completing the story, a complete picture with loads of atmosphere. xx Zoe

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  5. I love these scenic cards you make - wonderful hun!
    Hope all is well with you?
    Hugs,
    Teri x

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  6. Wow! What an amazing scene! I love it.

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  7. This is very good Lyn, and I love the effect you got with the white pencil, it definately gave you the result you wanted.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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  8. This is so beautiful~! Absolutely stunning!

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