Thursday, May 28, 2009

TGIF - Architecture


It's good to see TGIF is welcoming digital art, along with all the other avenues of artistic talent. My architecture is of Cranborne Manor House from Liam's Old Books; the lady is a gracious freebie from my blog friend, Lori, at Before the Stroke of Midnight. Thanks, Lori!

18 comments:

  1. Ohhhh! She's on "The Grand Tour"! Wish I could go along with her, Bev! Love the way you've given this piece perspective. Lovely! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  2. Bev, this is one of your very best. Sensational. I love the contrast between the blue of the architecture and the soft colour of the image which is gorgeous. Take a bow!!

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  3. I love this Bev,it really looks like it was taken years ago and the lady really belongs there.Great!!

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  4. Bev! I love what you did with the image I posted! I agree with everything everyone else has said. It's a really beautiful piece! Thank you so much for sharing it with us! ~Lori

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  5. Wonderful...I love this...excellent!

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  6. OMG Bev this is FANTASTIC !!!
    Absolutely great. Wonderful design.

    Thanks Bev for playing my challenge with a great entry on TGiF.

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  7. A beautiful blue..looks great with the black!! Powerful piece

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  8. Brilliant card, Bev. I love your take on the theme.

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  9. Bev, this is exquisite! The midnite blue on your building gives it a very dramatic feel and enhances the intrigue the woman most likely with encounter.Super! Super! Job!

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  10. This looks wonderful! I love the building.

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  11. Oh! That's huge. Great art.

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  12. Whow Bev...Love your fantastic creation. Great!!!

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  13. Hey, we did use the same Dover image. I went back and added credit to Dover to my commentary on my blog. I had forgotten that I had borrowed it.

    Your architecture piece is super. I love the soft blue you used. It makes the lady really stand out.

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  14. Such a stately lady! Lovely.

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  15. This is gorgeous,looks likes she's really there.

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  16. What a fabuous old building. Wonderful color.

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