Thanks for the challenge, Vron. Great image.
The young lady looks sad and trapped so that is where I went with it.
Background papers (also used in "house") by Irene Alexeeva.
This was a challenging challenge. I found a jigsaw template and painted the pieces in primary and secondary colours. I then placed a digital stamp of a Leonardo Da Vinci painting over the jigsaw and this is the result.
Jigsaw (altered) from Stock.xchg copyright free photo.
Brush/stamp from a freebie by 500ml
Click on to enlarge to see detail.
I don't know whether this skinny fits into the spirit of Theme Thursday challenge but here goes ...
I like to paint and draw but I also enjoy digital art which makes anything possible. Well, almost anything. I enjoy messing about with digital elements, using them in different ways to the original intention. So what I have learned is that a bling element can be used as part of a costume. I have painted my own "model" but this could just as easily be done with any type of image. I have taken only one element and used it to build a costume (with paper skirt underneath). Any type of element can be used - chains, hinges, brads, buttons etc. Something to do on a blistering hot summer's day when there is nothing else to do. Or a freezing, icy day when there is no point in going outdoors (for those of you lucky people in the northern hemisphere).
The beautiful green bling is by SussieM at Scrapbookgraphics. The background is by Lauren Bavin at Digital Scrapbook Place.