Monday, September 24, 2012

HDH152 Chain Me Up, Chain Me Down

This is my last week in the Dungeon.  My servitude is nearly done.  
Soon another soul will be kicked down the rickety stairs to the dank pit below.  The Dungeon will claim another victim.

It's a good thing my term is coming to an end because my mojo has gone into hiding.  I imagine it's from all the lashings I've received and those darn kicks to the ribs.  They are a twisted bunch, those Minions, but I think I will miss their wicked ways.

The challenge this week at HDH Macabre Monday is
Chain Me Up, Chain Me Down.

Here is my humble offering:
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I used "Slave Angel" from Smeared Ink's "The Symbology of Angels" digi set.
I clipped his wings off and extended his chains.  He is colored digitally in PSE8.  I added him to this wicked Dungeon scene which is actually a free screen saver found here.  I used the sketch below along with some digi papers from Crafty Chaos Designs and some digi chain to create my card.  Obviously, I flipped the sketch.

I'd like to add my project above to the following challenges:
I{heart}2 Stamp: Sketch Challenge - I used the sketch above.
Addicted to Stamps: Autumn colors + stamped image (I used both)

Next, I have an additional project.
I made this piece just for fun.  It was my first thought when I heard the title of the challenge "Chain Me Up, Chain me Down".  Yes, I have a naughty mind!
(click image to enlarge)

I used "Bow Down" and "Spreader Bar" from Smeared Ink's "FemDom" digi set.
The images were colored with copics and scanned to my pc.  From there I  added them and the sentiment to this cool dungeon scene.
I will add this piece to these challenges:
Stamp and Create: Anything goes
Make it Monday: Anything goes
Love to create: Anything goes
Art with No Boundaries: Anything goes

Head off to the HDH blog to see what the Minions have in store for you.
~ Lady B ~

If you are looking for my Smudgy Antics piece, please scroll down one post or click here.


  1. What a great fare well piece ;) Im surprised we let people go, I thought we just buried them out back!! mistress must be having an off day ;)
    love the images and the sort of film cell look you get when things have been done digi x

  2. I know you're gonna miss us, but not nearly as much as we'll miss YOU! Two more fab pieces, Lady B. Aren't you thrilled you didn't end up hanging upside down by your ankles? Mistress must have taken a liking to you. xxD

  3. cool pieces LB, glad you were able to leave the dungeon alive, welcome to the daylight LOL

  4. Wow, you have been down in the dungeon. These are two very edgy pieces, but very well put together, truly two pieces with no boundaries ;-)
    Thanks for entering at Art With No Boundaries. Look forward to seeing more of your art. Maybe your mojo will return with some fresh air ;-)

  5. OMG Lady B, I truly got a kick out out of each of your art pieces! I so love them both, love the hanging bodies on the first one and Love the 2 fem fatals they rock, you rock!

  6. These are definitely edgy......very artistic!!! Well done! THANKS for joining us at Love to Create this week!

  7. These are fantastic and so different. Love all those chains up and down thanks for joining in at AWNB Paula :o)

  8. Now this is a challenge I've never seen before! LOL..The first card sort of gave me a chuckle with the expression on their face, like thinking, "Dangit! Every time I go out with those guys, this ALWAYS happens! I really should find new friends." The macabre and sinister sexy side really shines through on your cards.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to link up your talent and creative ideas with us at Make It Monday!
    Happy Crafting...
    Lisa xx

  9. I saw your beautiful creation on Make It Monday and had to visit and take a closer look. Gorgeous! TFS!

    My entries are: #111 and #124.

    I would love to have you visit my blogs: Paper and Scraps Creations by Julia and Me and Myself on the Dark…



  10. You've set some great atmosphere for both your projects. I loved reading what you wrote. I could almost hear the lashings. Thank you for join us on Art With No Boundaries. Glad they let you out long enough to post these.
    :) Chris / CS Designs