Wednesday, November 17, 2010

The Three Muses Challenge - Automobiles

Mr Ferdinand J. Fussbucket purchased his first horseless carriage so that he could take his family on excursions.  Sadly, he didn't realise that it was a "one seater".  His wife and son were not amused. 
Man and auto picture from Graphic Fairy (coloured).  Boy from Art Creations Friday. Background by SussiM.  Lady from Lunagirl collage sheet.

23 comments:

  1. Oh wow its stunning. Annette x

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  2. I love your sense of humor Marie! Fast forward to today and I'm sure she would give him a good knock on the head and get behind the wheel herself with junior in tow!

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  3. Yep indeed...your humor to your pictures is every time to laugh :-)
    And the environment that you've created is also clever done ! I realy like the old buildings on the background.

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  4. fabulous collage! great images!

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  5. Men! Fun piece, Marie, beautifully painted, too!

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  6. Where on earth did you come up with this amazing old car? I love the cobblestone and the fantastic buildings too...awesome is the word for it!!

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  7. Waouuuuuuuu!! Amazing creation!!
    Love your collage, the way you organize it, the colours you chose, sorry for my "poor" english vocabulary but I try!!!
    Great great artpiece, I really love it
    Pat

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  8. so wonderful - the beautiful buildings remind me to prague, where i have been recently...

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  9. Well!! You leafve me speechless yet again!! How DO you come up with these images!! Blows my mind!

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  10. Fantastic story and a great work. Love the blue shoes.

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  11. You've done it yet again. Fantastic collage with all the details. Hugs xx

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  12. Ahhh, I bet Mr Fussbucket did know it was a one seater and was hoping his wife and child had such a rough ride this time, they wouldn't want to come along in the future. Naughty boy Ferdinand!

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  13. Great collage, I like how you have integrated all the pieces.

    Darla (new to Three Muses)

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  14. This is wonderfully "constructed", Marie. I love that background, and you know how much I love the vintage carriage. SUPERB!

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  15. This is so funny and so well done! I love it, Marie!

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  16. Oh Marie what a fantastic name LOL!!
    I love it,great piece!!

    Jayne :-)

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  17. As usual I don't know which I prefer the digital art or the little story... It doesn't matter, one can't live without the other. Done: I love them both :)

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  18. Fabulous, Marie! I love your humour and I love the coloured houses.

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  19. What a funny colorful piece of work. I love the houses, they reminds me the old town in Stockholm, Sweden...

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  20. Silly Mr. Fussbucket, what was he thinking :)

    Great piece, Marie!

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  21. Bonjour Marie !
    Ah ces hommes !... souvent un peu égoïstes non ?
    En tous les cas l'idée est très amusante et votre collage collage tout à fait réussi ! bravo ! Amitiés! Mary.KG

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  22. I can not find the words! This is so great work! You are so clever to make this kind of pictures.

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