cheeeetaaaaAAAAHHHH

It gradually gets louder.  LOL

Gradient in “pinks” covered in cheetah print.  I like…..very much.

 

OPI – “Pinking of You”, “Got A Date To-Knight” & “Don’t Know….Beets Me”
w/ handpainted cheetah print in black acrylic paint
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Fall

Time for some season changing colors……

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I am loving these sponging gradients.  I did the typical horizontal one….. just looked “stripe-y” to me…. so I applied it diagonally.  And I love that look so much more. Smile

 

OPI – “Don’t Talk Bach To Me” (Germany Collection) &”Suzi Takes The Wheel” & “Nein! Nein! Nein!Ok, Fine!” (Germany Collection)
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Ombré Vert

a/k/a  Money Tips.  haha.  Needed green in my life.  I’ve been thinking to attempt this for a while. 

Ombré
French derivation. meaning shaded. It is used in relation to textiles (a) as an adjective to describe fabrics with a dyed, printed, or woven design in which the colour is graduated from light to dark;

shaded or graduated in tone: said of a color

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Do you realize how difficult it is to find five shades of the same color family that GRADUALLY move from light to dark??!?!?! Try it. -_-  Still easier than creating the shades myself though.

I have three other color families to attempt.  Smile

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OPI “Gargantuan Green Grape”
OPI “Green-wich Village”
China Glaze “Four Leaf Clover” (showing up more blue in the photo than in real life)
China Glaze “Starboard”
OPI “Jade Is the New Black

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