Friday, September 3, 2010

Art Creations Friday Challenge Sept 3

Thanks to the ladies at Art Creations Friday for the lovely image.  (Welcome back, we've missed you!)
I used the face from the ACF picture and blended it into a painting that I found on Wikimedia Commons (copyright free).  I finished off with a photo of flowers given to me by my friend Ann (Taluula) and I have blended this into the background.

23 comments:

  1. a stunning creation!!!
    One of my favorites!

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  2. Oh I love this Marie- she is a beautiful flower child. This is perfection! She drew me right to her!

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  3. Brilliant transformation Marie.
    Fantastic work as always.

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  4. Oh you've turned her into a Rennaissance beauty! Wonderful work as always.
    Hugs xx

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  5. What a transformation. She looks every inch a princess.

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  6. Is this for sale??? I love it, Marie, every single bit of it is breathtaking!!! How much...how do you convert American $ to Australian $ ??? Hugs, LynnF

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  7. You gave this piece your own special touch of magic, Marie. She's stunning!

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  8. Gorgeous melding of images, Marie. I actually thought of doing that but opted to do something infinitely simpler! I love what you've done. It's beautiful.

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous, Marie! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  10. Really Stunning, no words,,,,oh my,,,,,,,it is poerfect.

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  11. Olá !!!!!!! Vim conhecer seu Blog !!!
    Lindos trabalhos !!!!!!!!

    Kiss

    Jacque

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  12. Wow, Marie, I wouldn't have recognised her - great disguise. A lovely and creative piece.

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  13. I wish I knew how you did it, Marie. Your digital work always my jaw drop! This beauty looks exactly like I've always imagined Guinevere looked: innocent, ethereal, and strong. And cornflower blue is the perfect foil for her golden hair and gown. This is so perfect that it should be a full-sized portrait in a museum!

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  14. Wow, love the blending of the face into the painting, Marie, perfect in every way! Sorry, LP, Lower Hutt is at the bottom of the north island just up from Wellington & I'm a little further up than that but not by much!! I think the dog may have sensed the quake but I didn't feel or hear a thing - luckily!)

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  15. Oh wow Marie, how did I miss this one .... she is exquisite and infinitely frameworthy! Perfect.

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  17. This is so great, you've done an amazing job on blending this together!! Lovely!

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  18. Wow, that is a transformation! Absolutely beautiful!
    Hugs, Chris

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  19. WOW. This is incredible. Lynne M

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