Friday, October 3, 2014

New Release Showcase Plus

Hello, everyone! *waves*  So glad you can stop by today.  We have a very special DT showcase of a new release.  These are ALWAYS fun.  In addition to the AW Showcase Design Team, I got Glo of AW Challenge Blog to join us for today's showcase.  Fun fun fun!

And... in case you caught that 'Plus' in our title, yes, there's a little extra today of a mini showcase of another digi.  I have to confess.  I vaguely remember writing up a new release post of this one, but then I couldn't find it anywhere.  Blogger just doesn't delete your post without your telling it to do so, so I must own up to the possibility that I must have deleted my own post... by accident.  T_T  (Click-happy index fingers can be a dangerous thing...)

Enough about that.  Here's the DT showcase of the new release "Trick or Treat Boys"!  This digi is my current favorite.  And I just LOVE what the Design Team has made with this image!! Enjoy!








Aren't these so fun?  Just love creepy cute kids for Halloween.
The "Trick or Treat Boys" digi is available as a 2100 x 1500 pixels (at 300 dpi) JPG,  7" x 5"/ 17.8 x 12.7 cm approx.) horizontal image.  Available at AW Etsy shop here.



Today's post was titled "New Release Showcase Plus" as I mentioned at the top of the post.  This second showcase is for the "Let Us In" digi I forgot to make a new release announcement of.  It made a debut in the AW Challenge Blog as Glo's inspiration for the "A Touch of Darkness" challenge currently going on.  Well, I wanted to give you a mini showcase of this digi right here while we are on the subject of creepy cute kids.  OK, these siblings are not really cute... just creepy, and quite possibly, scary. ^^;  These kids were inspired by the stories of black eyed children (Search them on Google and see what comes up if you are not already familiar with them.).  I've made two versions - one with creepy eyes and the other with black eyes.

Here's a bonus round of showcase for you!  Thank you, Laila, Jan, and Silvia for extra work on an extremely short notice!!  *big hugs*



Jan 
(Using the BEC version)


As you can see, these digis are quite versatile.  You can color them like zombies, ghost-like black eyed children, or kids from the Village of the Damned.  For additional inspiration with the images, you'd want to head on over to AW Challenge Blog and check out our latest 2 challenges currently running simultaneously.

The "Let Us In" digi's specifications are as follows for both versions: 1500 x 2100 pixels at 300 dpi, JPG, 5" x7"/ 12.7 x 17.8 cm approx.  Two versions with different eyes are available at AW Etsy shop:  creepy eyes or pitch black.  

Creepy Eyes Version


Black Eyed Children Version

Hope the digis help you get in the mood for Halloween fun.  They are perfect for our current challenges, "A Touch of Darkness" and "All Gored Up", depending on how you want to color them.  They are all quite versatile - you can color them creepy cute ... or totally scary!  Let your imagination run wild!

This weekend's special offer at Aurora Wings.  Buy 3 digis, get 1 free.  Your free choice digi must be lesser or equal value of the lowest priced digi among the three you purchase.  Please see all details in the ad (click to enlarge).  Important: This offer CANNOT be combined with any other offers or coupon codes.




6 comments:

DonnaMundinger said...

EEEK! these little guys are the cutest EVER! Love, love, LOVE all the versions. OOOH, and another version of Let Me in! You KNOW how I love them. Brilliant work, ladies. xxD

Lorraine said...

WOW these DT samples are just totally amazing, LOVE them all ladies :) xx

Mitzi Sato-Wiuff said...

I just LOVE the creepy cute stuff and can't get enough! This one really tempted me to start making cards myself, too. *feeling inspired* :D

KristyLee said...

Wow DT ladies, all and I really mean all of these projects are so creepy cool! You all color so wonderfully! I'm totally blown away, and have been sitting here ogling over these makes for a while, you all are so talented! Thanks for sharing!
Peace,
KristyLee

Aletha J. Williams said...

These works of art are amazing. Every single one of them give on that creepy ambiance. Great job everyone!

TangledBlueRose said...

Love the skull mask costume and the black eyed children are creepy! Love all the shared work here, so lovely!~kim