Things that go Bump in the Night
How can a girl be afraid of the bogeyman when
she has her trusty companion by her side?
Well, maybe just a teensy bit...
This was actually going to be my entry in
Inspiration Avenue's Fear challenge.
But when you have a wonky computer
calling the shots, very few things
work out the way you planned. Now I've got a
new computer up and running, I can post
this for Paint Party Friday :)
Are you ready for the witchery and ghoulishness
of Halloween night? How do you spend the evening?
I will be handing out sweet treats to the tiny tots of the neighborhood,
as well as the great big ones and everybody in between.
We get scads of trick-or-treaters :)
My own little "goblin" is grown and probably will stay at school
for the weekend ~ lots of Halloween parties around campus, you know.
After all, what's the use of attending a "party school" if you don't
attend the parties? Just kidding, I'm happy he's having fun
as long as his grades are good...hmmm, now
if I can just see some grades...
Go check out Paint Party Friday if you haven't already!
Hi there, great piece. I enjoyed looking at the colors and got lost for a wee moment. Halloween we don't do anything but hand out candies if they come around. Most people have taken to having little Halloween parties where the kid gather instead of being out in the street. Nice piece, Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
Wooooo it does look kind of scary... but cute too!ReplyDelete
This is a cool and scary picture! ValerieReplyDelete
Wonderfully spooky and creative! Wow! ~thanks, namaste, Carol (Share the Creative Journey) Happy PPFReplyDelete
I say cats rule! :) That kitty cat can beat up that boogey man for sure! :)Wonderful painting!ReplyDelete
We can't wait to go to our old neighborhood and trick or treat with old friends--that is, the kids will. The grown ups will pass out candy, drink beer and eat pizza!ReplyDelete
Love this piece! I'll be dressed as a witch in my big witches hat with the big ribbon flowers on it, handing out candy to the kids that aren't afraid of the huge, hairy spider lurking over the front door!ReplyDelete
LOL - I know the feeling about not knowing what's going on with marks etc at university!ReplyDelete
Great piece and spooky too!
wow oh wow, I love this.ReplyDelete
what a cute painting! I love it!ReplyDelete
This would have been perfect for fear, but is is perfect for Halloween week as well... spooky but cute happy PPF xxReplyDelete
Wonderfully festive collage painting!ReplyDelete
So nice to see you are participating in The Sketchbook Project, too! :)
Mixed-Media Map Art
I love this piece!!She is surrounded by scariness!(Is that a word?) We had our party last week so we will be spending this weekend answering the door and shoveling snow I hear! 4 to 8 inches! I am not ready yet???ReplyDelete
LOTS of emotion in this piece. That must be some little Kitty Cat to ward off that much scary! Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
this is scary! love little red with her kitten ;0) DxxReplyDelete
This is great- your background is the perfect spooky touch and poor little red- I hope she makes it to grandma's in time....ReplyDelete
Awww, I just love this. She and her kitty are being so brave. Everything about it is great.ReplyDelete
Opps - looks like you got spmmed! I like your paingting.ReplyDelete
very atmospheric! love it!ReplyDelete
Ah, this is major spectacular!!!!I love it!DebReplyDelete
This is great!ReplyDelete
Happy Halloween and Happy PPF (a bit late)!
I absolutely love this picture. She is thinking about all the boogie Halloween stuff and yet she is safe in her own little world. The whole picture tells a story, awesome. Blessings, Janet PPFReplyDelete
The girl looks so sweet and the creature behind the tree so scary!ReplyDelete
Awesome blending of colours.