Contemplation

Layout I created in the spirit of Maggie Taylor. It came so easily and it is so very me and persons who know me well will agree. Credits: Holliewood Studios Beasts of Burden, Mr Whiskers Steampunk, Hidden Vintage Studios Red Headed Stepchildren, Christina Renee Glass Negatives
See it here at Pinterest

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

No Other Way

Created for the Three Muses Challenge "Take Fright".  It's funny where the mind will go given the right inspiration! Happy Halloween!!


Credits: Cryztal Rain, Holliewood Studios multiple kits, Hidden Vintage Studios

As always, thanx for stopping by and taking a peek!
peace, 
pam

15 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely and scary, don't want to meet him on a dark night! Valerie

Judy said...

VERY gruesome, Pam, but I love it!

chrissies said...

This looks so innocent a first glance but it is so scary--Love it!

Chrissie x

Sim said...

What a wonderful and impressive image dear Pam! I adoooore these colors and spirit. I love your style!

sirkkis said...

Beautifully coloured and composed collage.
It's scary magical way. Well done, Pam.1227

indybev said...

Oh my! And he looks so innocent, until you get to the bloody axe! It IS surprising where the muse takes us. Beautiful work!

Stacy Lynn Mar said...

now that's one kid i don't want to run into in the dark! great work. :)

Deann said...

Oh I just adore your mini ax murderer you've done a fabulous job making him scary.

Christine said...

Fantastic! That is what I call cold blood. I wonder why he was chained in the first place!

Anni - My Creative Life and Mixed Media Books said...

WOW what a scary scene you have made with the boy and the bloody ax in his hand, love the background, so wonderfully made.
Anni

Taluula said...

Wouldn't want to come across him in a dark corner he's amazing ... BUT your background is inspired.

Junibears said...

He's starting young! Creepy! xx

Ozstuff said...

What a scary little monster. A wonderful, rich, creative collage to say goodbye to Halloween for another year!

Kati said...

boah- really scary. Thanks for your comment on my blog. The Hallowee eye - jar is 10cm high.
hugs
mamapia

peggy gatto said...

Creepy fun!
Awesome details!!!