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Gargoyles!

More art with my Mailbox Muse stamps and NIJI Watercolors.  For this project I used images from two different sets of Mailbox Muse Stamps, the Muse Architecture Stamps and Muse Gothic!



Supplies:
Mailbox Muse Stamps: Muse Architecture and Muse Gothic
Niji Watercolor Paint Set
Echo Art Board
Waterbrush
VersaColor Black 
Gelatos
Craft paper
Smooch Spritz - Frosted Grape

On the Craft paper with VersaColor Black stamp the Gargoyle from the Muse Gothic stamp set, fussy cut the image.

On the Echo Art Board stamp the column from the Muse Architecture stamp set with VersaColor Black, repeat as pictured above. 

Paint the Gargoyle and Echo Art Board with Niji Watercolor Paint Set using a  Waterbrush.

Spray Smooch Spritz - Frosted Grape on craft mat and water down a bit.  Add a little color to the legs for shadowing, the wings to pop the body and the eyes.....
 

 
This is one spooky guy!






Comments

  1. Cute ATC Lyneen. Those stamps, the Muse Gothic and Architecture, are some of my favorites.

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  2. This is my favorite gargoyle. I use him with fantasy themed card and Halloween. He looks great with the columns!

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