I haven't done much with the new trend of 'tall and skinny' cards but this particular Halloween image was clearly perfect for such a design. This is another image printed in grayscale and mailed to me by a friend who is keeping me supplied following the crash of the thumb drive which held all 9000 of my digi images. Sigh...
I'm discovering that printing a pre-colored image in grayscale, and then coloring it yourself, makes one look like a real artist because all the shading and highlights are in the grayscale. Whatever you do, the shading shows you exactly where to add other tones of the colors you chose to use. Even if you add only a single layer of color with no shading of your own, they look fabulous because of the grayscale shadows.
Because this wicked witch also has a cat, I get to use this card for Day 3 at the 2020 Cat Lovers Hop.
I keep telling you that I've finished all the Halloween cards but this time, I think I really mean it. I've mailed all the ones which go to out-of-state grandkids & great-grands, the ones for local family are also finished plus the ones done on commission have been picked up so this should be the last.
Still hoping to see you at the Cat Lovers Hop. Happy Crafting. NanaConnie