Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Copic Challenge - Pictorial Inspiration

Interesting challenge over on the Copic Challenge blog today. This challenge is based on this picture

I used the picture to its full potential, exploring colours and shapes equally. The horizontal lines are represented by both the flowers and scalloped chippie shape. The vertical panels are obvious and all the colours were plucked from the painting.

Everything has been coloured with Copics, from the images through to the background papers, the Chippie shape and even the flowers. I used an image from our latest Holly & Madison's World Tour download bundle.

The meaning behind the three pictures? Well I wanted to focus on a strong colour from the painting for each one. It is intended to be the same girl on holiday (see how she gets browner in each picture?), so same bag, hat and shoes but a girl can't wear the same bikini every day!

It's quite a plain and simple card but it shows the Copics well I think.

These are the colours used:

Please join in the challenge, we are sponsoring it so you can get your hands on a free download bundle of your choice ☺As usual the other DT members have created some stunning work.



Louly said...

Karen it's absolutely stunning! I would never have thought of using the same image three times but it works so well!

Anonymous said...

HA! Great job! Love the bright colors. The image is adorable too.

Adele said...

Just catching up on a bit of hopping and I love your interpretation Karen! I would never have thought of dividing into 3....!!!!


love Dingle.xx

Ivolina said...

Wonderful card. Pretty colors.

Linda . J said...

Hi Karen wow I love this its beautiful and such great colours.
Hugs Linda

pinky said...

This is a real fun and funky card.

Anonymous said...

Wow this is fabulous! Love the bright, bold colors and the image is awesome.

kaz_za's crafty corner said...

makes you wish summer what here already... wonderful card...!!!

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