Friday, October 10, 2014

Day 10

DAY 10 of 31 days of Halloween hosted by
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 Today's page is based off of "Night of the living dead" from 1968

my zombie is from one of our sponsors Rick St Dennis, and the background cemitary stamps are from Smeared Ink's Holy City.

15 comments:

maureenjscott said...

Fabulous page Kapree! Love the stamped background and the zombie guy is great! Fab colouring! x

DonnaMundinger said...

Love how you've stamped the cemetary and the Zombie Rocks! Another fab page! xxDD

NanB said...

I know this movie from a polymer clay zombie that Candace Jedrowicz made on her Spirit Clay blog with a detailed letter written by Barbara (I think Barbara) but it was full of references to the movie! And once again your interpretation is amazing! Love the background and the lovely zombie! I don't watch scary movies but I am getting to see them through your eyes! Amazing...yep I said it again! :)

Steph said...

Great page, makes me giggle cause a couple of years ago my son and I saw a clip of the part where Barbara's getting chased the that creepy guy said that.... so every once in a while I say it in a creepy way to make my son freak out, lol

DogsMom said...

You are blowing us away with your movie representations.
Excellent job on the background today.

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Very scary! That zombie totally creepy me out--love the background and your use of the stamps as well!

TangledBlueRose said...

Run!! Super creepy! I Love him and the pale coloring. Great faded background! Love it!
~kim

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Great page. love the background paper.

Rick said...

Thanks for using my ZOMBIE in your project-looks great

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Eeeeeek, so glad my name is Barbra! Have frightfully delightful!

Susan Renshaw said...

Great page- love the background and the Zombie!!

Rebecca pettit said...

I am so glad that I am NOT Barbara totally rocking

Julia said...

great page, image looks fab against the background!

Sarah Nancarrow said...

What a great background, it's perfect for that super creepy dead guy :)

Christine Kiehl said...

WOw. This is a fantastic page! I love how you used the faint tombstones! Very clever. Who might Barbara be? She from the movie? Or...my lack of movie names showing???