Saturday, August 13, 2011


I NEED TONS of work on doing fur....grrrrrr!  I used The Deconstructed Sketch #14 for this card.  The challenge at iCopic Lover this week is FUR challenge 42!  At Sassy Cheryl's What;s Bugging You.
The image is from Sassy Cheryl...and I sure did not do justice to this poor bear!


  1. Hi Donna...ooohhh...this is so cute!! Well, I love this Sassy little bear...and I think your coloring is really pretty!! I agree with you, fur is hard...which is why I seldom do fur! hehehe! But I think yours rocks!! So glad you've joined us at Sassy Cheryl's for this week's fun challenge!! Hugs. Pat Frank

  2. I think it's GORGEOUS Donna. . . .I'm with you on the fur though. I love bears, but the coloring of the fur is REALLY hard for me. I think that's why there aren't more bears in the shop. Maybe if I put clothes on them. :)
    I love your card and despite what you think, I think you ALWAYS do an amazing job on the coloring.
    Thanks for playing in the challenge this week.

  3. You did a great job on the fur, your colouring is fantastic!
    Thanks for sharing your card with us at Sassy Cheryls this week.

  4. Totally cute card.. Fur is hard for me to do too. I think yours looks great! Thanks for playing this week at Sassy Cheryl's!


  5. Awwww, this is so cute!! Look at him licking his chops... hehe
    You did a great job on your coloring and the entire card is just as cute as can be! Thanks for joining us this week at icopic for our coloring fur challenge.

  6. SOOOO cute! Thanks so much for playing along with the iCopic Weekly Challenge. Hope to see you again this week!

  7. Well, I think you did a great job!
    Fur is sooo hard and I'm no pro, but I have been practicing! I use Copic Sketch but have recently gotten some Original's, and I find them very helpful when doing fur.
    Glad you joined us this week for the Sassy Cheryl's challenge. Hope you'll join us again soon!

  8. Very cute little bear and great coloring job, Donna. I agree, fur is difficult to color. I have found that colored pencils and baby oil to blend works best for me.

    Congrats on your win at Sassy Cheryl's this week!