Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Mummu takes a ride

I decided to build a scene around Mo Manning's Mummu on her bike. Isn't she a great old gal?

I resized Mummu and printed her on Cryogen white paper with my inkjet printer. I also printed a mask using Eclipse tape. All of the scenic stamps are from Stampscapes rubber stamps. I stamped them around Mummu with Memento Tuxedo black ink.
Copics used:
Mummu's top - B000, b00, B01
Mummu's skirt - R81, R83, R85
Face - E00, E02
Shoes - E33
Bike - B12, B14, C0, C2, C6
Flowers - B63, R24, G24
Grass - G40, G24, E51
Cabin - E11, E13, E17
Trees- G24, E43
Fence - E43, E44

The sky was airbrushed with B21, B45, R81. Finished size is 7.5 x 8 inches.


Teresa said...

This is an awesome card, I love Mo's digi stamps and I think you are awesome too. I just love following your blog, and learn so much from you. Tar very much.

Rach said...

wow this is awesome, what a fantastic job.. hugs rachxx

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

This made me laugh! The contrast of that funny little Mummu on the bike with the rest of your 'serious', peaceful scene tickles me! Nice job on all your coloring and airbrushing!

Rosette said...

WOW!! I am lost for words!! This is beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

This reminds me of my Grandmother - at 80 she said - once you have ridden a bike, you never forget - This is just darling.....Elaine

Bonnie Brown said...

Mummu is wonderful! She is totally at home pedalling up to her cabin! You camptured her very realistically with your coloring.

Karen W said...

She's cute and your scene is just so pretty, love the layout on this and saved it to case.

trish said...

Hi Sandy, I just popped over from Mo's digital pencil to have a better look at your artwork. I can't praise you enough- you've taken these stamps to a whole different realm that I didn't even know was possible. You are a very talented lady and thank you for sharing with us.

Heidi said...

Sandy- this is beautiful! I giggle that lady's behind is almost 3D girl!

Swr4him said...

Absolutely stunning! You have plenty of inspiration