Saturday, 14 March 2015

Designer's Choice "She Art" - INKspirational Challenges

Ohh, we something unique lined up for you!

This time at Inkspirational Challenges we have a Designer's Choice. 
And it is Yvonne's turn to choose.

She has chosen the theme:
"She Art" or "Image of a Woman"

I have to admit this challenge theme was a HUGE challenge for me. It really pushed me out of my comfort zone and really had me think of how to combine my own style with "She Art".

I am not at all satisfied with my hand sketching this time....too many details to consider and I have never, never been good at drawing arms and hands....LOL. If only I had a stamp image of a woman - if so, I would certainly have used it! My own hand sketched image of a woman is not exactly great art..LOL..


The image of the woman is inspired by Tim Holtz latest "Fashion 2" stamp. If I had had that stamp by Tim I would certainly have used it!


The background is made by first colouring it with Distress Inks with the Ink Blending tool. Then I mistet water on a stencil and laid the stencil on top of my inked background. The water on the stencil areas then reacted with the ink and created a subtle pattern. 

I noticed that a lot of She Art also have flowers in the background, so I also added some flowers. The sentiment in She Art often gives a message, so I went for a Fashion statement with my baby sister in mind.

We have sweet Lyndal from "Ideas & Paper" joining us. You should really pop by her blog and leave her some love :o)


Go check out the other wonderful Design Team gals and their creations:
Yvonne




And then pop over to Inkspirational Challenges with your card or project.
I can't wait to see what YOU create!

Pia :o)
 


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14 comments:

  1. You are too hard on yourself Pia -I think your sketching looks amazing! I also love the bg and the sentiment you chose.... I think you nailed She Art!

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  2. your drawing are GOOD, it all looks great.

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  3. wow your sketching is amazing-I really thought it was a stamp. This image is so perfect for the words you used. Great idea to add the flowers-you are so right, a lot of the She Art does have flowers everywhere x

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  4. Fabulous! I live you sketch. I think you did just fine. We are our own worst critics aren't we? I adore the background you've created. Lovely! :-)

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  5. Pia, I initially thought your image was a stamp and to discover you drew this only adds to the impression! Your card is truly amazing: you've conveyed the images/messages of She Art with flair and style! Your sister will be thrilled with this, as am I. WOW!
    Hugs~c

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  6. Oh wow - you drew the woman????!!!! Fantastic. Overall, a lovely interpretation.

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  7. Great job Pia! I cannot believe you created that background. Serious skills with ink! And I agree with the other comments that it is amazing that you drew the woman! I would have never attempted that in a million years. Looks great. Way to step up to the challenge!
    - Shauna

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  8. Super lækkert kort.... flot baggrund og hvor har du tegnet damen smukt. Godt gjort

    Ha en god søndag

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  9. Super flot kort.
    Dejligt at hilse på dig igår til 3330Scrap. :-)

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  10. Rigtig flot kort. er vild med baggrunden med blomster og det hele. Og din tegning er da flot, kunne sagtens have været et stempel hvis du ikke have skrevet andet.....Fedt kort.

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  11. Amazing! Love your drawing! And the background - so cool!!!

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  12. Can I say "Fabulous?"!!!!! I never would have guessed this was not a stamped image. Bravo Pia!

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  13. I finally have some time to go through the amazing gallery over at Inkspirational. I'm in love with all the inspiration - including this bright, bold card. I LOVE the handsketching. We are our own worst critics, but I think anyone would tell you how lovely this is!

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