fredag 20. mars 2015

Showcase 2/2 - Little Pirate

So, ready for image nr. two? :D 
This is by far a favourite - he looks so mischevious! I love it! :D
He's also available in the stores, with you can find on the top right HERE

I decided to make him into a real message in a bottle, by using this St.Peter's Ruby Red bottle.

 Don't he look like trouble? I think he's adorable! 
 He's coloured with Copics and Polychromos
 The back has this G45 journaling-page, and some G45 cutouts,
 all from Steampunk Spells-collection.

I added charms and chains to make it more loot-like; he needs some bling and treasure :)

City - Photo Inspiration (I went with the seaside/beach/water-theme)
Crafty Catz - No designpapers

7 kommentarer:

Mitzi Sato-Wiuff sa...

What an awesome creation, Laila!! I LOVE this bottle with blings galore and all the charming details front and back! Love your coloring on the Little Pirate, too. The whole thing is so much fun!! What a treasure you've created! Thank you so much for a great inspiration for the new release digi!!

Big hugs,
Mitzi xxx

DonnaMundinger sa...

What a super fun and creative project, Laila! You've really brought the little guy to life and the details on your bottle are amazing! xxD

Steph sa...

Amazing project! you've colored him so beautifully and the watery background you created is just fabulous. The charms and chains are the perfect loot for this little mer-pirate. Thanks for joining us at LOC this week.

Ros Crawford sa...

Terrific project!! Beautifully done too ...Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

Darnell J Knauss sa...

WOW, what a work of art this is, Laila! I think he is adorable, too! You did a marvelous job with the colors and all the little details!! Thank you so much for playing at City Crafter! Hugs, Darnell


Fabulous and wonderful creation Laila thank you for joining us at Crafty Catz on this week's challenge
Dianne x CC DT

BEX sa...

Wow! Such an inspiring project. Love what you've done with the pirate and the bottle decoration is superb. Lovely to have seen you on Left of Center weekly challenge blog and thanks for sharing.