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Under My Spell... Canvas

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31 Days of Halloween - DAY 1

You're getting sleepy....
very sleepy and soon you'll be under my spell!  

I had such fun making this creepy Halloween canvas... it's like a bad dream and a B rated horror flick combined - LOL!!  Don't stare at him too long or you might just fall under his spell!

And here's how it was created....



Supplies Used:
Art Anthology Big Dip O' Ruby Dimensional Paint, Embedibles, Swirl Stencil

Altered Pages - Pan Pastels, Canvas Art Board, StazOn Ink, Aleene's Tacky Glue

Have a spooky day!

Comments

  1. Wow! I am so impressed, really intricate project and embellishments and what a tutorial! Thank you for so many photos of the different stages, I feel that I could make one (Who am I trying to kid.... maybe some time in the future when I am a bit more confident). I'm looking forward to seeing what you have for us tomorrow.
    Sue
    The Nanny x

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  2. What an awesome project with a really good tutorial. I love the blended black and red and how your eyes are drawn to the eyes in the centre.

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  3. Love the canvas. And isn't the hurricane stencil just awesome?

    Marilyn

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  4. As always, Roni delivers! LOVE seeing what you come up with!

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  5. I wanted to say...zzzzz! Oh my! Feel under the spell he is sooo convincing! Can't say enough about this canvas love every aspect of it but those eyes...those eyes! Shall dream or nightmare about them the whole month. Great start!

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  6. VERY COOL! Gotta say I did start to feel a bit dizzy. Brilliant work. xxD

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  7. So nice of you to add the vid link. Will check out asap. TY! Personally would rate "A", you need a killer tomato/potato for it to be "B"!! Awesome job and fab swirls. I am mesmerized by your awesome talent!

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  8. As always awesome project Roni! Love how you have the how-to on Snapguide. It is so easy to follow.

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  9. Fabulous creepy spellbinder canvas, Roni! Love what you did with the stencils and paint, too! Fab tutorial!

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  10. Love your B Movie inspired canvas but it is really an A rank! So mesmerizing! Thanks for sharing!~kim

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  11. the description was perfect Go b rated movies. love the red

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  12. Wicked cool canvas. Thank you for sharing with this first time hopper!

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  13. Very cool painting! I admire people who tackle canvases--I myself am a little intimidated by the "official-ness" of canvas!

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  14. Wow! Love the swirly red with the dots on there too - looks fabulous! love it!

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  15. Reminds me of one of those 1970s psychedelic posters my cousin used to have. I love it!

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  16. Really cool...hypnotic even. ;-)

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  17. As soon as I finish the hop I have to check out the steps to make this.
    Very very cool!

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  18. Roni, you have the spells! Use them for Good! fantastic piece!

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  19. Love this!! All those red swirls - and the eyes! Will check out the tutorial later!

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  20. Such a great canvas. I'm always sleepy anyway.

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  21. Fabulous canvas, he is quite scarry, but fascinating, love the colour.

    Hugs Erin xx

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  22. Uh? What? Where am I?...bwahahahahahaha, I got soooo sleepy staring at your wicked cool canvas creation! Divine! Happy October!

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  23. Love it, thanks for sharing your creative process!

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  24. This is very cool thank you for sharing your process.

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  25. Fun project. love the red and black.

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  26. Wonderful canvas! Thanks for the step by step pics too.... awesome!

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  27. SPOOKTACULAR Canvas... Can move to another page... I am very sleepy!!!!!!

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  28. I AM getting sleepy----but I think it's probably this headcold, ATCHOO!!!

    Super FUN canvas, Roni! I really like how you used those Embeddables.

    :)

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  29. Looks pretty psycho in a cool way!

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  30. Roni what a fabulously fun project, when you look into it for to long it does become quite hypnotic. Beautifully done and a perfect Halloween Project!

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  31. Love the texture in this and the eyes are positively creepy!!!

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