Monday, June 24, 2013

Dripping week 2 with Smudgy Antics

Welcome back for week 2 of the fortnight challenge with Smudgy Antics!  For this challenge we want to see how you ladies and gents can incorporate DRIPPING into your projects.  The more creative and out of the box the better!  We want to see how far you can take this challenge.  
 The more imaginative, the better your chances of a win. 

If you have no clue what to do, you may use any medium that drips (faux blood, water colors, paints, enamels, etc).  You can use an image that has dripping on it (a zombie with dripping blood, a monster with dripping saliva, etc).  You may even use punches or die-cuts with a dripping edge.  There are so many ways to apply dripping to your projects so there is no excuse NOT to play along with us.

Here is my offering for the DRIPPING CHALLENGE.

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I used the "Excavation Skull" from Smeared Ink's June Rubber Stamp set "Morte" which has images drawn by Rick St. Dennis.  This set is only available through Smeared Ink's Rubber Club.  After coloring with copics and scanning to my pc, I printed and fussy cut several layers for dimension and adhered the layers with silicone glue.  I added black stickles to the eye, nose, and mouth openings.  
For my dripping element I used Smeared Ink's rubber stamp set "Prints" which is also only available from the rubber club.  I inked the stamps with embossing ink and used ranger embossing powder in deep red and heat set for a bloody look.

Be sure to head over to Smudgy Antics to get more inspiration from the Smeared Ink DT.

~Lady Brayton ~


  1. FABULOUS - I am so in love with this creation !!! Can't wait to get my rubber set too.
    I am always totally inspired by your work LB.
    IKE xxx

  2. Very cool looking LB, neat how he is chomping on that cross. I love the shading on this piece, super job!

  3. Awesome. Love what you made with the stamps. Looks great

  4. WOW! Lady I LOVE this. Those smeared hand prints are FAB!!!

  5. How creative to add the stickles to the layers. Gives great depth and adds that extra creepy feeling that come the entire piece. AWESOME!