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.
a stunning creation!!!ReplyDelete
One of my favorites!
Oh I love this Marie- she is a beautiful flower child. This is perfection! She drew me right to her!ReplyDelete
Brilliant transformation Marie.ReplyDelete
Fantastic work as always.
Oh you've turned her into a Rennaissance beauty! Wonderful work as always.ReplyDelete
wow, so brillant!ReplyDelete
great blending work :-)ReplyDelete
What a transformation. She looks every inch a princess.ReplyDelete
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, LynnFReplyDelete
You gave this piece your own special touch of magic, Marie. She's stunning!ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous, Marie! Hugs, Terri xoxoReplyDelete
Wow! Great artwork!ReplyDelete
Really Stunning, no words,,,,oh my,,,,,,,it is poerfect.ReplyDelete
Olá !!!!!!! Vim conhecer seu Blog !!!ReplyDelete
Lindos trabalhos !!!!!!!!
Wow, Marie, I wouldn't have recognised her - great disguise. A lovely and creative piece.ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
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!)ReplyDelete
Oh wow Marie, how did I miss this one .... she is exquisite and infinitely frameworthy! Perfect.ReplyDelete
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This is so great, you've done an amazing job on blending this together!! Lovely!ReplyDelete
Wow, that is a transformation! Absolutely beautiful!ReplyDelete
WOW. This is incredible. Lynne MReplyDelete