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101  Re: Artists Choice ATC swap gallery (sendouts BY: Aug. 13) in The Swap Gallery by FishStikks on: August 01, 2007 04:22:15 PM
Yay! I get to be the first to post.
Our group decided to swap out two for each and I have received my first two from Have2craft.


The first one is Gloomy crooked tree looming eerily.
The second one is a movie poster from Sin City with some neat embossed black rain on it.
And yes, I managed to scan them crooked...

Thanks!
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102  Re: Alphabet ATC V, W, X in The Swap Gallery by FishStikks on: August 01, 2007 04:09:33 PM
Me bad!
I received both my V and W card on Monday and have just managed to find the time to post them.


V for Vegetarian from MeganMary and W for World Wide Web from Thelilcrocheter
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103  Re: Alphabet ATC V, W, X in The Swap Gallery by FishStikks on: July 25, 2007 05:35:00 PM
When doing my cards and thinking about the words I wanted to use I thought "Nah, I can't use that one, everyone else will use that one". Even the ones I ended up going with I thought would be well used. As it turns out, I have yet to see anyone use any of the ones I thought about or used in my cards...so far. Weird, HA another W work I didn't think about, hehe.
At any rate, I just wanted to say that there have been an amazing array of cards in this gallery. It truly is amazing to see everyone elses take on the same thing.
Here's the one I received from Rackycoo. My first alphabet card and it's dang near the bottom of the alphabet.

This is X marks the spot. How cool is that?
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104  Re: June Card-a-day Club in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by FishStikks on: June 30, 2007 06:41:11 AM
I've been really lax on my card on Saturday kinda thing throughout this month BUT I finally went ahead and finished off the three that I sill owe this thread and today IS Saturday.
These were all done for a hand drawn swap that I'm in on another site.




Yikes! Sorry about all the crap that seems to be on my scanner, wow.
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105  Re: June Card-a-day Club in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by FishStikks on: June 23, 2007 07:34:13 PM
<----Major Flaker Here!
I signed up for saturdays and the next day was saturday and I thought it was still May and it went completely downhill from there.
That being said I'm going to post a card for this saturday right now. That leaves me 3 to catch up on, dangit, I'm bad.


This could have been for the June challenge. I however, chose to use another picture but how could anyone resist the ultimate vintage clowns on vacation.

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106  Twins in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by FishStikks on: June 23, 2007 07:18:00 PM
I finally managed to finish my entry in this months challenge.
This image is of my Uncle Robert and my Aunt Barbara. They aren't identical twins but they are twins. I adore this image and when this theme won I knew it was the one I had to use. I hope you enjoy it.




Needless to say, it is a little "fuzzy" and takes up a tad bit more space than a normal ATC card.
It was also a bit difficult to scan as it is also rather 3-d-ish.
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107  Re: THE JUNE GALLERY in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by FishStikks on: June 02, 2007 07:23:43 AM
I absolutely love Bubble Boy! How cute and creative is that!

Here are some cards I did for a hand drawn swap on another site and yes, I know one is different from all the rest. He was in my system and I had to get him out, the rest are tarot card based and there wasn't any theme to the swap other than being hand drawn... Grin.


These were done completely with my prismacolors.
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108  Re: THE MAY GALLERY in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by FishStikks on: May 28, 2007 07:03:24 AM
Yowza!! Katt Sith I LOVE the first two!! And I think the blue from the digicam makes them almost glow, very very nice.

Grace Oblivious I think your felted  bluebird is gorgeous, I really like that!

Here are two more sets from me today. I finally got some semblance of a craft/art room set-up so it makes this much easier to do. Maybe I will be cranking out a few more of these now than I have been. Addiction indeed...


I totally forgot how much fun crayons could be!
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109  Re: THE MAY GALLERY in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by FishStikks on: May 26, 2007 07:27:50 AM
These, unfortunately, do not scan too well due to their 3-d-edness. They are for a funky chicken swap I am in and I just loved the way they turned out. I wasn't sure initially what kind of background I wanted but the wood look came about quite accidentally. In hindsight I can't believe that it wasn't my first choice. The chicken legs are true re-purpose fashion, the plastic wrap case my new markers came in, colored and then heated over a nail to be roundish.
I showed them to a friend of mine and she thought they were really cute earrings, lol.

These two are my "extras". The multi-colored one was my first original background and the perler bead feet was also an original idea but ironing issues forced me elsewhere. The spotted legs was an afterthought and I liked the way they came out. Wish I had made the legs longer and maybe made toes at the end. I may re-do that. I rather like the look of them.
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110  Re: Artist's Choice ATC Swap R2 (Send by May 5) in The Swap Gallery by FishStikks on: May 15, 2007 04:16:46 PM
Yay for remembering to scan all my cards before I sent them. I unfortunately re-sized these just a bit too small but here they are in all their glory.
Hobbes is acrylic and marker and Mr. Darcy was a packing tape transfer. I LOVED the way he turned out. And yes, I stalked you but I swear it was not in a crazy hide behind the bushes kinda way... Grin

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