Tuesday, December 11, 2012

13 Days of Creepmas with Rick St. Dennis - Day 11

Welcome to Day 11 of the 13 Days of Creepmas with Rick St. Dennis. I've got a real surprise for you today! Okay, maybe you won't be surprised!  But I put this off so long with all of the elements done, just because I was afraid to try printing on tissue paper, that I am surprised I ever got up the nerve to try it.


My concept of Sad Frosty the very first time I saw him wasn't mayhem but an ice cream headache, specifically a snow ice cream headache. Maybe because I get a lot of those! I made the barely visible background with a quick sketch of hills plus Photoshop gradients and brushes. It was what was holding me up printing on tissue paper. It is on the outside of the glass window block. Frosty and a few lights are inside. The ice cream cone was made out of polymer clay. I had no idea how it would photograph but was so pleased with the yellow tones I got that all I added was a simple title, some snowflakes (brushes by meldir_ snowflakes) and a prefab Photoshop border!
I hope you're not creeped out by the total lack of creepiness in this post. The blogroll is on the right and you'll get to see more Creepmas if you follow along. --->

9 comments:

Caroline said...

He is absolutely gorgeous Sharon!!! Great idea and the scenery is breathtaking! Greetings, Caroline

Hazel (Didos) said...

Oh my goodness, this is amzaing, I love it. Hes fantastic. Love your creation, Love Hazelxo

DonnaMundinger said...

What a fun project, Sharon! Really cool and creative. Great background for Sad Frosty and your cone and ice cream snowballs are immense! Love it! xxD

Rick St. Dennis said...

Great idea for sad frosty-I hate those headaches-his just lasts lonegr---wonderful

monique said...

I love frosty but i guess you allready know that lol
This is so very cool awesome idea

Miranda said...

wonderful creation, love this, it's absolutely gorgeous

~Lady B~ said...

This is amazing! I will have to give this a try at some point! Absolute Gorgeousness!

Ellis said...

Lovely snowlight and good that it worked with the tissue paper! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Croms' Cubby Hole said...

What a fabulous idea. The "Icecube" is such an apt setting for poor old sad frosty xxx