do you recall the witch prototype I shared with you?
witch one you ask??
why this one of course....
My friend Jen came and picked up Hegitha,and was she ever excited and surprised!
Jen had seen the above painting ahead of time,so she probably was thinking something similar.
But you know how we roll as mixed media artists, sometimes(ok,most times)after layer upon layer,the real beauty comes out!
Here are a few pics of along the way,not many as I was lost in the process of altering the canvas! Bwwaaaahaahaahaaa
Adding vintage sheet music for texture and I had to add the same to the back of the canvas because it was so very fragile.
hey,what do you want for a 100 year old portrait
adding gauzy texture to Hegitha's hat as well as a bit of color and some stars that glow
at this point, hmmmmm,Mr.Neal says she's just not scary enough...
I am digging the nose !!
ROTFL~OMG! I crackle myself up!! heehee
lots of yummy color...better to cackle on my dear (oops crackle!)
Okay,time for a redo...
a couple of warts
oh, let's not forget those hairs on the warts...
a new do before her hat goes on
a bit of detail to her frock
and a glowing pentagram
and we have Hegitha,in all of her glorious color!!
I hope I have not scared you with my Hegitha canvas and maybe you could leave a message letting me know what you think!
As always,I love that you take the time to visit with me!
If you celebrate this day,or however you celebrate All Hallows Eve,I do hope it's a pleasant one!
Linking up with the wonderful gals over at
Creative Carte Blanche
Witchy Woman Challenge
and with the very talented crew at
A Vintage Journey
Make it Spooky Challenge!
and with the wonderful creatives over at
Mixed Media World
Challenge#19: Assemblage/Altered Art
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics
DecoArt Media Gesso
Americana Weathered Wood Crackle Medium
Americana Glow In the Dark Paint
DecoArt Glamour Dust Paint~Black Ice
Vintage sheet music