Ribbon Tilda

I’m giving this another go and wanted to enter the Totally Tilda challenge this week which is to add wings.  I decided I’d be a little creative when it mentioned “or you could have a go at stamping them, or simply drawing them in.”  Sounds like this is a job for “Creative Color Placement!”  For my base image, I used Ribbon Tilda (aka Ribbon with Heartstrings).  I colored it with Prismacolor Pencils and drew in the wings behind Tilda.  Then started coloring the rest, giving her red skin and a few extra features.

Here’s the original Magnolia stamp, Ribbon Tilda from the Sweet Christmas Dreams 2011 release. 

I colored in horns with piercings, more hair, ears and a face, wings (of course), and a tail.  I started with a crocodile face but with the wings she turned into more of a gargoyle or Hell Boy (er… Hell Girl) so I completed the ensemble with the tail and red skin.

I’d like to enter this into the following challenge:

18 thoughts on “Ribbon Tilda

  1. She never looked better! I just adore your magical transformations! I've heard the Tilda ladies don't have much of a sense of humor regarding Tilda being used in a non traditional way. Hope they enjoy her as much as I do!

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  2. Wouaw ! What a transformation ! Very original and creative. Magnificent work of colors on your character and the eyes are perfect. Simple and clean card as I like ! Bravo !Thanks for joining us at [Magnolia Forever] this week.Hugs from France.Catherine.

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  3. Oh my, am off to show the husband – he will be an instant fan, not because of your artistic ability (which is totally awesome) but because of what he will consider the best thing to happen to a Tilda, lol. Absolutely stunning work hun. Hugs xx

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