Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Three Muses Challenge - The Written Word


The image is a Flickr-free-to-use and from a collection of black and white photos of actress and silent movie star, Maude Fealy.  I made a Photoshop brush of Maude's face, converted black and white to colour and laid the brush over a background by Kubivet.  The word overlay is by Createwings Designs at Scrap Orchard.

12 comments:

  1. So lovely and mysterious!!!
    A beauty!

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  2. You've outdone yourself with this one, Marie. Lovely blending and layering, and great marriage of image and written word! I love it!

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  3. Fabulous example Marie and thanks for explaining to a digi-novice what you have done. It is really helpful :)

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  4. I think this is one of your very best Marie. It's sooooo beautiful! xx

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  5. She looks so sad, Marie, beautiful piece, the layering & blending is perfect!

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  6. Intriguing, fabulously beautiful, full of mystery! Just wonderful, Marie.

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  7. Hi dear Marie!
    I can't blog at the moment, I can hardly create some piece some time to time... I miss you all. :)
    Your art is as wonderful as usual!
    Kisses!

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  8. Marie, this is so elegant! I love the muted, vintage colours. Super! xx

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  9. Sultry or innocent, I'm looking but can't decide. It's an intriguing image.

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  10. That is simply gorgeous! I love the way the flowers appear tattooed on her face. You really brought out her eyes too--very haunting.

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  11. Beautifully vintage feel to this, Marie, and the eyes are are so haunting. A lovely piece.

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  12. Beautiful Marie, so lovely.

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