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Photo Art Friday: 1-27-2012

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The challenge was to make an abstract collage using three pictures (or parts thereof) with a Pixel Dust texture.....Here are my three pictures combined with Bonnie's Splotches texture.  Really not a lot of editing done.  I simply layered each of the photos....erased parts of each, used a little bit of linear light and vivid light.  But really, the pictures and the texture did the work for me.   It is so much fun to just randomly grab pictures that have no relationship and make a collage!

this picture of Juanita was a collage in itself.  From North Louisiana Quilters Guild meeting last Saturday....I erased some of the confusion, cloned and stamped.  I call it Juanita in Blue! 

combined with this picture of red auditiorim chairs in the lobby of a converted hotel...now condominiums


and some watercolor notecards I made last week!  Tutorial here at Turn Up The Sound




 
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11 comments:

  1. Nicely done and it is fun to see what happens with the textures.

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  2. Don't you just love collage without all the glue and paste! LOL - beautiful work and the notecards are gorgeous with the painted backgrounds. Love those red theatre or desk-type chairs, though... thanks for sharing your process. Karen

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  3. great collage work - love the angles

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  4. What an interesting combination, great editing.

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  5. great rendering, great result!

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  6. Very unique. I love the Red Chairs you used, they really made your art piece extra special.

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  7. Wonderful collage. Your note cards are special!

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  8. Very well done.

    Regards and best wishes

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  9. Lovely, I especially love the cloning and stamping stage. Blessings Suzanne

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  10. What great images! I particularly like the second one in blues - it's very cool and I like how you have just a peek of a person. That's unusual and a great idea.

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  11. Just fantastic Marty.
    I especially love "Juanita in Blue."
    Really beautiful!

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