Friday, October 5, 2012


I'm Lady Brayton.  Welcome to my blog!

I am participating as a wicked blogger for THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN blog hop hosted by the Smeared and Smudged Forum

To learn more about the 31 Days of Halloween and to find out how non-bloggers can win prizes, click this link. There will be multiple prizes daily and a HUGE GRAND PRIZE at the end of the month!

 For your convenience, I will keep the blog roll posted on the left sidebar of my blog.  The hop goes LIVE everyday in October at 9:00am PST. 
You should have arrived here from Vee's Blog and your 
next stop on the hop is Lindsay's Blog.
The start of the hop is Terra's blog.

Today is Day 5 of the 31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN

Here is my offering:
(click image to enlarge)

I used "I see you" zombie from Smeared Ink's "Zombie Headshot" digi set.  She was colored and textured in Photoshop Elements 8.  I have big-girl PS, but  I need to take some time out to learn how to use it :)
The papers, lights, sentiment, tree branches and lights were from a digi kit by Lotta Designs that I purchased on oscraps.

Here is a secret some of you may not know.  This zombie was based off of Smeared Ink's Tori.  There is one in the set based on Terra as well :)

Happy Hopping!
~ Lady B, Mistress of the Dark ~

I wish to enter my work into the following challenges:
Art With No Boundaries: Halloween...I made a Halloween piece.
Haunted Design House Macabre Monday: Creepy Cryptids. Do zombies count?
Party Time Tuesdays: Frightfully Scary.  I hope it's scary enough :)
Moving Along With The Times: In the piece is dark.
My Heart Pieces Digi Stamps Challenge: Use Black.  Did it :)


  1. Wow! That is awesome and so finely detailed. I need to check out this digital stamp thing. Thank you for sharing your talents.

  2. Gorgeous colouring - a fabulous piece :-) xxxxxxxx

  3. Your digi work always amazes me Lady B. Fab background and the skin is particularly creepy. LOVE it! xxD

  4. Beautiful! Such a creepy skin color and she just glows! Love your background as well!

  5. Love your card that image is fantastic
    hugs xxx

  6. wow so very awesome, you are the best!!

  7. such a creepy image..wonderful job coloring this are so talented.
    susan s.

  8. Awesome creation!
    Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

  9. This is very creepy and quite wonderful. Your zombie is amazing with her glowing skin and ooziness. The background is very cool and a perfect contrast to her. Thanks for joining our Halloween challenge at Art With No Boundaries. I hope we see more from you's always a treat to see your creativity at play.

  10. You did an OUTSTANDING job on the coloring on this. Love it!!

    Happy Hauntings,

  11. I love coming to your blog. Not only great art but always something interesting and or amusing. Well your digital art always rocks so this is fabulous. Who knew about the zombies real life alter egos! lol what brilliant info! I am new to digital work and something like this just seems so unobtainable. I have serif craft artist professional 2 and a friend who uses paint shop like yourself says CAP is capable of similar things in less stages. Your details are wonderful; love the little lights and even your letters are made up of ghosts.
    Thanks for sharing. Vee xx

  12. Lovely zombie! Great colors, so life like - or would lit be dead like in this case?? Anywho, fab work I love it :)

  13. WOW What a great Zombie. (Well if you can say Great and zombie in the same sentence) Thanks for playing our In the Dark Challenge this week on MAWTT, Love Hazelxo

  14. No way Zombies are real!! hehe. Fabulous digi work as always. Cheers for entering your creation in the Haunted Design House challenge x

  15. Wow! absolutely fabulous, love it
    Lindsay xx

  16. Lovin your Creepy Cryptid Zombie. Fabulous...........

  17. Very cool zombie, Love that it's actually tori.
    thanks for joining us at haunted design house

  18. No one does Zombies like you do LB, fabulous work - and I'd say they count as a cryptid . Thank you for sharing this with us at MM @ HDH xxx

  19. So impressive that you did this with elements 8! So glad you linked up at Art With No Boundaries!