As I played with the lovely image provided to us this week, she blended more and more into the background--as if she was fading away from this world. Not dying, but slipping into another dimension--enchanted! I wonder what awaits her there.
Background created with Textures from Encounter_Laura and Brenda Starr from T4L, and a beautiful paper frpm Cottage Arts. Butterfly brushes set to Scatter and filters and blending modes applied.
This blending work is beautiful :-) love the font enchantedReplyDelete
Looks so beautiful.
I like what you've done with this week's beautiful image, Linda. I saw her in sort of the same way -- a dreamy, reverie. Well done!ReplyDelete
This is so beautifully blended, Linda. I saw her lost in a dreamy reverie too. You've done her proud!ReplyDelete
This is a fabulous 'manipulation' of the original image! I would love to learn how to do something like this someday!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful work!!!ReplyDelete
She's a beauty Linda! Gorgeous work.xxReplyDelete
Wow, this is really gorgeous!ReplyDelete
What a curious effect,,,,,,,,, I like a lot,,,,wowwReplyDelete
Gorgeous, so clever. xReplyDelete
I love how you have altered her, Linda - an enchanting creation!ReplyDelete
A gorgeous take on this week's picture - dreamy and beautiful.ReplyDelete
Linda ~ I am "Enchanted" this is wonderful...beautiful work.ReplyDelete
I LOVE this, you've made it so dramatic!!ReplyDelete
Love it.. enchanting is perfect.ReplyDelete
She is truly enchanting- has a wonderful painterly quality!ReplyDelete
Beautiful works of art,
I'm going to look at other images.
I expect your visit to my page.
I wish you a wonderful night.
This is stunningly beautiful. I have no idea how you did this and I am curious to understand the technique. Did you do this on a photo-digital programme? I expect you did. All I can do is on Photoshop and all I can do is 'crop' an image.ReplyDelete
I do love this.