Friday, October 1, 2010
It's October! Here in the Northeast today we are dealing with strong winds and the promise of heavy rain as a tropical storm moves through. It feels like the winds of the changing season are here and the promise of cool, bright days is just ahead. It's a favorite time of mine--the changing of the seasons. You can actually taste the difference in the air.
Here is another tribute to October, for both the 4 x 4 Friday and Art Creations Challenges this week. The Mucha illustration was provided from ACF; the background began with a texture piece from Untamed Reflections, embellished with brushes. Moths from the Graphics Fairy for the wings , and also in the background; the pumpkin and crow are also from GF.
Posted by Linda Gibbons at Friday, October 01, 2010
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I absolutely love this.Beautiful work.xxReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous, love the delicate wingsReplyDelete
wonderful autumnal square!ReplyDelete
Stunning. I keep saying, I wish I knew how to do this...you are so clever!ReplyDelete
We are having that change in the seasons too. It's just getting that touch wintry..after our long dry summer, here in the south of England, it is a welcome change for me.
That's very beautiful. I love the orange color of the dress.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful, love the butterflies and wings :-)ReplyDelete
Linda this absolutely stunning art! From the colors to the enchantment of the fall flora and fauna I am transported! Have a wonderful weekend of art and fun!ReplyDelete
Excellent. Love all the elements you have selected to alter this beautiful challenge image. Looks awesome.ReplyDelete
Its gorgeous!! beautiful colours!ReplyDelete
Beautiful use of the image. I love the rich orange colours.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!! You really have a creative eye and did an awesome job with this image! Just beautiful!ReplyDelete
This really is gorgeous. The autumn feel, the wings, the background ... it's perfect!ReplyDelete
This is lovely-Beautiful brushwork and I love her wings!ReplyDelete
Love the Hallowe'en inspiration. Lynne MReplyDelete