Sunday, 7 February 2010

Challenge # 53 : Fear

Good day to you all Darksiders ! Not many peole joined in
the fun last week, so i hope this Challenge will stimulate
more artists to join in :) This challenge's theme is going
to be fear. Everyone has fears, big and small, so use that
to your advantage and make some art !

From now on the challenges are going to be posted
every other week to give more people the chance to
participate. We all know that time flies and sometimes
a week is just not enough.

So happy crafting with fear and i am looking forward
to all your scary creations :D

9 comments:

Evil Edna said...

Hope that this is scary enough
FEAR OF SPIDERS

EE

linda said...

Hello. It's my first time here. This is a new directon for me, and I'm looking forward to seeing what's in there.
http://justanothervolunteer.blogspot.com/2010/02/art-on-dark-side-fear.html

blackdragon said...

I couldnt depict my worst fear.... but i have done an ATC of something i find very creepy....
great challenge, sorry i have been absent for awhile, my nan has been very poorly.
XXX lynx

http://artonthedarkside.blogspot.com/

Jeanette said...

My fear is here on my blog.

http://jeanette-h20creations.blogspot.com/2010/02/digital-collage-anyone.html

Susan's crafty chaos said...

Not one of MY greatest fears, but I couldnt resist :P
Here is my piece

Barbara said...

I have just done this page last night and I think it fits the challenge.

http://barbsartyblog.blogspot.com/

lachsekatze said...

You can find my little ghost here. He fears something that can make me feel very uncomfortable: darkness. I hope you like my attempt of this theme. I've visited some of the entries but I haven't had time to comment, yet.

Kymberly Decker said...

I just threw in every fear I have so I my entry is very busy with creepy images! Hope you like it!
Here is my link:


http://dulcamarasdarkart.blogspot.com/2010/02/art-on-darkside-challenge.html

Thank you, Kymberly

Anne (cornucopia) said...

My piece is on my blog here.

Thanks for looking.

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