The colors are C1, C3, C5. C7 and C9
I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black.
Isn't she cute? She looks a little heavy metal to me. This is my first try at a black and white image, now I am hooked! I followed the tutorial using the colors above. I did add C0 to blend a little on her skirt and for the shadow around her. I was a bit tentative of the C7 and C9 colors. I don't usually venture into those territories, but I think with some more practice, I'll feel more comfortable using them on future projects. I added some Diamond glaze on her eyes, corset and boots. It's hard to see in the photo, but it gives nice dimension to the image. I used Platinum Stickles to add some bling to her armlet, earrings, and pony tail holders. I used my new favorite embellishment, Viva Decor Pearl Pen in Anthracite to put "studs" on her armlet and pony tail holders, then for the buttons on her shoes and skirt.
To make the star shaped card, I created a two 7.85 x 6.75 Star shapes from the Hannah Montana Cartridge with my Gypsy and welded them together.
When I entered my card into the Color Me Copic challenge, I discovered a great blog that was also featuring a Black and White challenge. Check out The Burtonesque Dolls at http://theburtonesquedolls.blogspot.com/
This blog is pure fun!The challenge was based on Ed Wood, a favorite movie of mine. Since my card has a star theme, I decided to also enter it in this fun challenge.
I enjoyed stepping outside my comfort zone and trying something new. I recommend it to everyone!
Thanks for looking!