Thursday, September 30, 2010
Here's my entry for this week's challenge (http://digital-whisper.blogspot.com/2010/09/dw-challnege-19-moon.html). The original image is below my collage. These challenges are really pushing me to expand my style and technique!
Monday, September 27, 2010
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Yes, it's yet another art challenge submission. I'm really hooked on doing these. The BEST part is: no set-up of materials, no clean-up!
This challenge was from artcreationsfriday (http://artcreationsfriday.blogspot.com/2010/09/challenge-88.html). The first photo above is my creation; the second is the photo we were given to work with. I thought the little boy looked so lonely...I gave him a friend to keep him company, and an occasion to celebrate.
Other credits: bear and autumn leaves: artfreebies.com; crowns: graphicsfairy.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Now that I've found a few online collage challenges, I think I've found my new obsession! This one is for the Tuesday challenge on the Digital Whisper blog (http://digital-whisper.blogspot.com/2010/09/dw-challenge-18-pond.html).
Monday, September 20, 2010
The first photo above is my digital collage for this week's Collage Obsession challenge. The second photo is the original image we were given to work with. I have several thoughts about the possible "meaning" of my collage, but would much rather hear what my blog readers think. Any ideas?
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
This is a digital collage I created for the latest Collage Obsession challenge (http://collageobsessionchallenge.blogspot.com/). The image we were given was the cowboy on a horse. I used a photo of the Grand Canyon that I had taken as the background.
Other image credits are:
plane, panther, elephant, moose, and bear: Dover
knight, dragonfly: graphicsfairy.com
Friday, September 10, 2010
I created this collage in response to challenge #23 on the Collage Obsession blog (http://collageobsessionchallenge.blogspot.com/). The theme is "Dream," and the image of the woman was supplied if we chose to use it. Some time ago I had created (and posted here) the "Red House" collage, and the dreaming woman seemed to fit in well. So I tucked her in the corner and blended her in, where hopefully she continues to peacefully dream.
(House and bird images are from graphicsfairy.com.)