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Miss Anya Garland

Hi!  I finally have my own Miss Anya Garland set!  I'm so thankful and lucky to have won it from Rinne's blog during the giveaway by TGF.  These stamps are so pretty, probably my favorite Miss Anya set now.  So thought I'd play in TGF's Saturday sketch #4 over at SCS and it's been a while since I inked up some TGF stamps. 

I don't know why but this sketch was difficult for me.  Maybe I was thinking too hard so I just simplified it and didn't go with too many layers.

I chose to ink up Miss Anya with the hearts first.  Love her short hair and her chain of hearts!  Yeah, I colored her again in my favorite BG Copic combo (BG13, 15 & 18).  It's the only combo I have right now. 

I also used TGF's Blush Heart, Blush Hello and Splotchy sets. 

Sorry, I think this photo might be a little blown out.  I also added some stickles and glossy accents to the hearts.  She has some glossy accents on her headband too.

Thanks for reading!

Comments

Alyce said…
This is gorgeous! Your colouring is so amazing Eva! :)
Anya rocks, love the colouring and color combo too....We kinda do the same sort of images, I like the varieties and not only sticking too one type of image..... Awesome... Hi 5!
Rachel Parys said…
Oh thank you! I had a terrible time with this sketch, but I wasn't going to admit it! lol I think it was something about the bottom... who knows.

I love those BG colors too! She is super cute! And I love her sparking hearts! You always do such awesome work!!!!

TGIF
Lorraine said…
Congrats on winning the Miss Anya Garland set, Eva! Your card is beautiful and your coloring is awesome! (I won a set, too - but haven't inked it up yet - eek, don't tell, lol!)
RiNNE said…
Awesome awesome awesome!! Love the coloring-- you rocked those ruffles, girlie, great job! Glad you won!

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