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You're very welcome Kate, You have a lovely blog. I'm sure I will visit again.
why don't I ever think to do a digital alteration.... this looks great and next time I am pulling my hair out and freaking out you need to remind me to try this!!!
Tracey, I really wanted to participate this week! I find digital "painting" a lot quicker than the brush and oil paint for generating and implementing ideas. so I opted for that method. I would of probally done collage if it wasn't for the thought of cutting out all those diamonds. I'm very happy at how it worked out, though i think a lot of the credit goes to the original piece and the time that went into that. I'll remind you next time you are time poor to just photoshop it.
What a clever idea to alter one of your existing paintings- SO smart! Also, I love the colors you used in this painting- beautiful!
Your digital interpretation shows the beauty and unbelievable amount of texture in this piece. It is gorgeous.
Tracey - thank you so much for stopping by my blog - it is a pleasure to meet you. Your work is wonderfully inspiring! Looking forward to seeing more real soon!X0 ~Susan
Bee-you-tee-full!I LUV LUV your work!♥
It's lovely, I like the way the background fades
So soft and lovely! I love the colors, and I agree...an awesome idea to digitally alter an existing painting!
That is so clever, who would have thought a computer could do that.