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Monday, 24 May 2010

A Digital Challenge in movement

Digital Whispers has a 50th challenge this week.  The theme is movement. A photo of a tree was provided which you can see in the images I used.  I had so much fun with this, I made two.
Thanks to Darth Murda for an image I was captivated by and also to CasheeFoo for the use of the bokeh rain image. Background frame and small steps are from a Lori Davison kit.

used for the challenge.

Thursday, 20 May 2010

Art Creations Friday digital art challenge

The challenge at was to use a provided picture of the girl in the image here, (which I tinted) to create an image.
 Here's what I came up with.  Credits to Marta Van Eck for the background. I think it is from her kitchen kit.
 The wonderful Effie (see link on my blog ) for lamp, rug, picture. A Russian designer whose name I cannot write, for the rocking horse, and to GrannyArt for the piano.
Music stand and music sheet ...ummm don't know but please let me know if it is yours.

Challenge at Digital Whispers

This week at Digital Whispers, the challenge was to create an image using a scroll.  The theme was : Ancient
Images were from Deviant Art.
Thanks to B4ldo for the Hindu statue photo and Gilad for the egret photo.

Monday, 10 May 2010

Digital Art Challenge at Artcreationsfriday blogspot

I'm struggling with lack of creativity at the moment.  So disgruntled and angry about the state of British politics that I think it is colouring everything I do.   I'm not happy with anything I'm producing.
There's a challenge over at :  The challenge was to create something from a photo of 2 vintage children which was provided.  I love working with vintage images normally but found myself unable to warm to the children in the photo. They look so arrogant-haughty.  Maybe they were the victims of hitler's nazi youth movement?  Who knows? Here's what I came up with.  Definitely not one of my better efforts.

Digital Whispers Challenge - Gustav Klimt
There is another interesting challenge this week over at Digital Whispers.  The theme is Gustav Klimt. Here is the image we were given to work with

 I do like Gustav Klimts designs.  Especially the ones where he uses gold.

Here's what I did with it.  Thanks to Effie for the crown and Lori Davidson for the frame.