Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Graveyard ACEO

I'm not sure why, but I don't really do many Aceos. However, I've really been in the mood for painting lately, and aceos are great for that. Here's what I concocted last night:

I recently read Neal Gaimon's The Graveyard Book, and was inspired to paint a graveyard. If you like Gaimon's Coroline, chances are you'll love his Graveyard book.
The card is painted with acrylics, and I used bailing wire to make a nice iron fence. I had a lot of fun painting this thing, so look for more aceos in the near future!
Available here.

7 comments:

Sonia ;) said...

I have listened to that book on my Ipod...The author narrates it...Awesome book....Love it...My favorite character is (gosh dang) the ghost(witch) buried in unconsecrated area...bad with names and words today LOL...

Smiles,
Sonia ;)

yoborobo said...

I love your card! Did you actually glue the wire on? You should make lots more! :)

Malissa said...

Great card! Yes, we did go to Eureka Springs to the Crescent Hotel, and wanted to do the ghost tour, but it started late and had to get back out on the road. We took some pics of the cool old church there though. They were actually having a wedding out there that day.

Phillane E'lee said...

lance,
That is very neat. You are so talented. Yes, make more of these.
Hugs,P~

Brandi McKenna said...

I can see a whole series of these with tree dimensional elements! So cool!

Janell Berryman artist-owner said...

Very cool! Yes, do more :)

HowlingMoonDesigns said...

I think you should paint more!
This is great!
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