A special thanks goes to my dear friend Erika Kind for loving my art and for this beautiful post! ❤
Category: Collectible Stickers
New Release : My First Artist Sticker – Frankenstein’s Bride
Is with happiness and excitement that I am introducing you today with something new and very special to me! My first collectible Artist Sticker “Frankenstein Bride” inspired by one of my drawings created for my past Inktober Collection 2017. I have just released the sticker few days ago on Instagram if you follow me there maybe you have seen it!
If you don’t know what Inktober is, let me tell you a little about it! Inktober is a wonderful worldwide art challenge happening every year during the month of October. It was created in 2009 by illustrator Jake Parker as a challenge to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. It has since grown into a worldwide endeavor with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year. Participating artists create 31 ink drawings for 31 days sharing their daily work online on social media, groups and websites. There is a huge participation to this successful event, thousands of artist around the world join this challenge every year, it’s amazing! I have participated creating my Inktober series since 2016. Coming soon the new official prompts list for the 2019! I am so curious to see the list and what I will create this year! I hope you will follow my challenge in October or join in if love drawing! ❤
About my Sticker: This is a high quality, vinyl Die Cut Sticker of my original watercolor ink illustration. I love this cute Frankenstein’s Bride character, she always brings me smiles since the day I’ve created her! I hope she will make you smile too and that you will grab one of these stickers until is available, it’s $4 Free shipping within USA and I do ship Internationally for $2 fee only! They are opaque vinyl weatherproof great for a cute touch to embellish your Bullet Journal, Hobonichi Planner, Sketchbook, skateboard. Or to gift it to a loved ones, you can also frame it or place it on any flat surfaces you like to add it on. Great for trading if you are in a collectible artists stickers trading group 🙂 ! If you would like to support my art please grab one in my >> ETSY Shop
Also enjoy my LABOR DAY SALE! Reduced prices + 20%Off and Free Shipping within USA I do ship internationally for a small fee! Sale ends September 2nd!
How all this happened?
Well this month I was thinking about the coming soon challenge brainstorming what I would like to do and experiment this year for my series. I thought that right now was the right time to create a tangible product out of one of my favorite Inktober drawings. From a long time I had the idea of a “Collectible Sticker” which is a fun and nice way to share my art. Stickers have been always very popular and still now more than ever.
Day #13 InkTober 2017 Challenges Official Prompts:
> MabsDrawlloweenClub: Frankenstein
> Inktober: Teemed
My original watercolor ink painting was inspired by the Bride of Frankenstein! Created in 2017 following the official combined challenges prompts. I painted this in my inspired Blythe doll style! Creepy but cute she is holding a bowl full of hearts (for the prompt Teemed) ♥️ with a black Crow posing over a cracked… back side skull? I guess…💀 not sure what it was a skull or a sphere! Halloween theme for this one!
Limited and Open Edition Prints of this painting are also available now in my >> Etsy Shop
❤ Details about my original painting:
My Ink drawing is outlined with ink pens. Pentel Pocket Brush black ink. Ink pens used COPIC Multiliner Black ink #03 and 05, Micron dark red ink #1. A Alvin Draft/Matic #03 Limited Edition Pink Mab Graves Pencil. A dash of watercolor, I used French Artists Watercolors Sennelier l’Aguarelle, Pentel Aqua Brush – I painted on Bee Paper for watercolor 140lb, 100% cotton, cold pressed, size 6×9 inches .
Have a wonderful week don’t miss out my Sticker check out my Etsy Shop
and if you do have fun creating!
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