The next card I have for you in the Cinema Saturday #14 series is for the other Fellowship member who parted ways in the FOTR movie: Boromir. Boromir's costume has a lot of texture and detail, and I have drawn on a few specific parts for this card. The background is based on Boromir's fur-line cloak, most prominent as they trudge through the snow. It was impossible to replicate burn-out velvet with cardstock so I just opted to stamp the swirly design in Chocolate Chip so it had the darker colour like the design on the cloak appears darker than the velvet nap (in truth the back of the velvet is the same colour as the nap it is just the lining fabric that makes it appear darker... some geeky costume details for you!). Of course the Close To Cocoa velvet ribbon had to come out again for the fur lining. The Ruby Red layer is inspired by the gorgeous bullion embroidery on the sleeves of his tunic (~cough~ sari fabric ~cough~), and the framed sentiment piece is supposed to be reminiscent of the decoration on his belt. This is another thank you card because in the end he did good (the EE gives a lot more to his story and thus his end isn't as big a turn-around as it seems in the original cinema version... and I will admit I was tainted with knowledge of ROTK EE too which adds to Boromir's story even more).
All supplies by Stampin' Up!
Cardstock: Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Basic Black, Ruby Red
Stamp Sets: Carte Postale, Simple Delights, Occasional Greetings, Baroque Motifs
Inks: Close To Cocoa, VersaMark, StazOn Jet Black
Accessories: Ruby Red marker, Close To Cocoa marker, Designer Label punch, Styled Silver Hodgepodge, gold embossing powder, dimensionals
Show watched while creating: Fellowship of course! (yes, I have watched this a lot over the last week)