Chi

It’s another challenge day for Tiddly Inks and our theme this week is Goth. I went with a lot of black, red tipped hair and metal embellishments for this sweet Gothic girl to be showcased on.


The image is Chi and I’ve been wanting to color her for a while. ;D So I image her all dressed up for a prom or something formal. Goth girls do that occasionally, right? I used a hodgepodge of embellishments and just grabbed things I thought would work. I also wanted to use a simple layout to give focus to the main image.


DT Challenge: Tiddly Inks Challenge #51 (goth)
Main Stamp:
Chi (TI)
Patterned Paper: Le Cirque (Graphic 45)
Chipboard: Love Heart Swirls (MiC)

Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:
-skin tone: E000, E00, E02, E21
-reds: R24, R29
-yellows: Y26
-blues: B91, B93, B34, B37, B39
-grays: W4, W6, W8; C1, C3, C5, C7, C9

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17 thoughts on “Chi

  1. Barbara, I love all the baubles you added, they are tres fun.Goth girls do glam up, they just do it in their own keen way. Love your Chi, the highlighting on her shawl is phenomenal and I love the dimension you added to her face.

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  2. Barbara, I love all the baubles you added, they are tres fun.Goth girls do glam up, they just do it in their own keen way. Love your Chi, the highlighting on her shawl is phenomenal and I love the dimension you added to her face.

    Like

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