The Poisoned Apple Exhibit Halloween Hop

Welcome to the Poisoned Apple Exhibit! 


 Our group of 13 crafty creatives have some haunted harvest fun waiting for you. Simply click on the link of each crafty coven member to see what spooky treats await you.
Just like witches in fictional history, we'd like to entice you with a wonderfully wicked treat!
We have a fabulous prize package up for grabs, courtesy of Gecko Galz .  

You'll receive: Face To Face Jewel It Collage Set, Steam Punk Collage Set, Picture Perfect ATC Set, Clockwork Christmas ATC Set, and Spellbound Digital Stamp Set (which has 25 images!)

To have a chance of winning, leave a comment on this post, along with your email address or social media contact (IG, FB, etc) from now through Monday, 2 Nov. One lucky winner will be picked randomly from all comments left from all of the artist's participating! The winner will be contacted via email or social media so it's important you leave your address/social media contact infoGood luck and enjoy the hop! 

The hop list is posted below and my project will appear underneath to give you time to scoot any kiddos out of the room before viewing.

you are here --- Angel B --- you are here

I'm Angel B from Sniffing Glue Dots. Today I'm sharing a creepy canvas panel. Warning...this may be too creepy for kids so please view when the littles are not around.
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You've been warned.
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Muahahahahaaa!
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I used a digital stamp from Rick St. Dennis and colored it with copic markers. I scanned the image and printed out 3 copies, fussy cut various layers and bumped them out with pop dots for added dimension. Each layer was sprayed with pastel fixative so the printer ink wouldn't run, drip or smear from the damp adhesive and mediums used.

For the base, rice paper was attached to a 9"x 13" canvas panel with DecoArt Decoupage, allowed to dry and painted with DecoArt Media acrylic paint in Carbon Black.

 I used a bunch of Andy Skinner and Tim Holtz stencils with DecoArt Modeling paste in black. Additional texture was added with DecoArt Sand Texture paste. 

I decided I needed more dimension so I ripped some cardboard pieces and attached them with Beacon adhesive.  More modeling and texture paste was added where desired and everything was painted black.

The canvas board in addition to all of the bones and dimensional accessories were dry brushed with gray and white acrylic paint to bring out the texture and then washes of decoart media fluid acrylics in Prussian blue hue and carbon black were applied.

The various elements were adhered with DecoArt triple thick glaze because I ran out of my heavy duty adhesive. Although the drying time took a bit, it worked. Because the glaze has a shine, I applied matte medium over the glossy areas to dull the shine.

To dress this creepy lass, I added a veil and collar made from an old organza bag that I cut. Some mesh and colorful fibers were added to the veil along with faux pearls to really bring this creepy lady to life...or unlife (:

Lastly, I added a floral and spider crown with spikes. The spikes are wooden skewers that were cut, painted with decoart metallic paint in silver and dusted with decoart glamour dust. The same was done to the accent spider in the upper left corner. The flowers are paper and were painted with decoart gesso in black, dry brushed with white acrylic paint and then washes of decoart media misters in cyan and turquoise were applied.

To add a creepy touch, the triple thick self-leveling glaze was applied to the eyes, mouth and wounds of this undead beauty. All non-glossy areas were sealed with Decoart matte medium.

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Cheers!

Here are some progress pictures if you're interested.

Cardboard added for dimension

Modeling paste and stencil

Texture paste and acrylic paint

Playing with layout before dry brushing and gluing elements

Dry brushing and paint washes


Comments

  1. Wow es espeluznante esa Señora! ! Ha quedado de lujo gracias Eva Spain.
    Instagram eva_sanz2

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  2. Omg.very spooky.loved the lady. Ekta jain from India. My email id is ekta.dimpy@gmail.com

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  3. That is awesome - she really is creepy!

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  4. awesome work as always, it turned out great :-) x

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  5. Awesome ,really loving this art form ,I m really inspired creating something spooky
    Great job
    Name Isha Tomar from india
    ishatomar319@yahoo.com

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  6. And mind blown 😱😱😱😱

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  7. Creepy and scary! Amazing idea too for the Halloween. Sushma from India. sushmamandavilli@gmail.com

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  8. Wow scary, Nicola Ferrao India

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  9. So spooky! I love how you created the layers and added so many creepy fun details. 👻

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  10. Wow! Very spooky project! Love this lady! My Instagram is mixmediarte

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  11. so much detail, great project! KatheD@gmail.com

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  12. Omg really scary and spooky!!! best wishes from Vtk Rani from India
    ranivk55@gmail.com

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  13. Very spooky. Loved d detailing. Nadia from India. nadiarod12@gmail.com

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  14. Omg scary it is . Loved the lady. Its creepy . Best wishes from nidhi singhal from India
    nidhisinghal2111@gmail.com

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  15. Such a creepy creation with lovely colour shades on the scary lady....

    Hugs

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  16. oh so spooky and scarrrryyyyy !!!!!!

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  17. Oh so spooky! Amazing creation, love this! Hugs,Zowie x paganfairycreations@gmail.com

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  18. Omg... It's really very spooky creation!! Loved everything.
    Bhanupriya from India.

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  19. Wow it's very scary and beautiful. Thanks for sharing. My name is Denys Zerpa from Venezuela, in IG @denys111 and email dezer03@gmail.com

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  20. Reality looks in this spooky hallowen creation
    Kanchan Shah from india
    Itskanchanshah75@gmail.com

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