Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The Three Muses Challenge - Disguise

Can you guess who it is?  A funny hat and some misty glasses?  The caption says it all. Photo Googled and greatly altered.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Take a Word Challenge - MOON

This week our theme word is MOON.  The man-in-the-moon is from Graphics Fairy, his body from Finecrafted Designs, stars and clouds from Irene Alexeeva and background from Crowabout. Hat from Marta van Eck.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Take a Word Challenge - FRAMES

Bev has challenged us to use frames in this week's challenge.  I love this rustic piece from Lorie Davison and Lorie's golden swirls are used on the lady's head.  The image is from e-vint.com.  I have coloured it and overpainted her "hair" and earrings using ArtRage painting software.

Apologies to my Blog friends for not keeping up with commenting.  The lovely Bev and Ann have been holding the fort for me in recent weeks.  I had a non-serious medical issue which took up some time and my husband had a massive stroke three months ago which meant daily hospital visits.  He passed away this week which was a peaceful release from a life not worth living any more.  I am hoping to get back to normal very soon.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Take a Word Challenge - BEAUTY

A beautiful face doesn't need any embellishments. I have set this one on a collaged dictionary page which I created and coloured.  The image was in my stash of "found" treasures.  Unfortunately, I don't know its origins.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

The Three Muses Challenge - Zetti Art

Backgrounds Fiddlette and Maya at SBG, paper doll by Joanne Brisebois, face from a Renaissance painting.  Over painting by me.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Take a Word Challenge - Black/White/Red

Backgrounds by After Five Designs, building brushes by Katie Pertiet, blackbird Googled, scarf by me.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

The Three Muses Challenge - Shells

Thanks to Bev for a great challenge.  As usual I have used the theme to find fashion in shells.  The image is from e-vint.com, the background by Itkupilli and the shells from Away with the Fairies at Deviant Scrap.