Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Three Muses - Water

This is inspired by the work of Angi Sullins and Silas Toball, whose work was featured in the Autumn issue of "Digital Studios" magazine. In fact, it's inspired me to try all sorts of composite characters, with which I'm having great fun. The background here is from April Mouse, the boots from a catalog, the fish from Graphics Fairy, the hat from Maya's Steampunk at Scrapbook Graphics. Thank you for indulging my experimentation! Your comments are welcome.

26 comments:

  1. Now that is too cute. I wouldn't not have thought of that combination. Great work.

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  2. And here we go again JOEHOE.
    Magnificent Bev !! Times fly every wednesday starting the challenge and visit ALL (almost) participants . And indeed, there where many last week ! (congratulations !!)
    Your piece is so entertaining. And have you seen Ann's and Marie's already ?? They are so hilarious !
    *****
    Have a nice day xxx

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  3. Great fun Bev and you really captured that style perfectly! A creative whimsical world of fashion and quirky beings- I love this!

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  4. Keep on having fun, Bev! You're doing one fantastic job. I love this piece! LynnF

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  5. That's exactly why i choose that hand Bev. It COULD be mine (with the short fingernails)
    but PLEASE don't tell further !!
    LOL
    ******
    To every one...DON'T READ THIS !!
    whahahaaaaa

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  6. A real underwater fantasy, Bev, superb digital art, love the b/g effects!

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  7. Yeah wow this is fun and fantastic.
    Brilliant idea and very inspiring work Bev.

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  8. Oh Bev, this is just too cool!

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  9. Very beautiful, Bev...another unique and wonderful art piece.

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  10. Aha! At last. Weird things happen on the blog. A picture I deleted almost as soon as I had posted it was stuck on another blogger's blog roll for days.

    Bev, your sample picture is wonderful. First of all, I love the watery background and the way you have filtered it to look like water which isn't easy to do. Your fish is hilarious and cleverly designed from some very interesting bits and pieces.

    Fantastic artwork.

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  11. This is great fun. I think he needs a name... what shall we call him??

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  12. Your sample is great, Bev. Wonderful and funny!!

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  13. Wow, your fantastic fish seems to be ready to walk across the ocean if needed. Lovely, fresh piece! Thanks for a great theme once again!

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  14. Bev, I am loving this composite art you're making, it really suits you and you do it so well. Those stripey legs and cowboys boots are hilarious and suit Mr Fish so well. Keep 'em coming my friend.

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  15. I can tell that you're having fun with these characters, Bev. This guy has personality plus!!! He's wonderful and whimsical. Keep 'em coming!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  16. What a brilliant and funny creation, Bev! Fantastic idea!

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  17. Bev, this is so funny! I love the legs. If only your creativity could be bottled and sold, you could make a tidy fortune! The colors are beautiful.

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  18. i want to walk under water and meet him!!! this is such a funny creature, brilliant!!!

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  19. LOL, this is fantastic Bev!! love your wonderful cowboyfish :) You are so wonderfully creative and I'm now standing up to applaud you :)

    Linda

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  20. This is really fun! What a great idea to add feet to fish, very clever. This is such a cute and joyful piece of art, Bev.

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  21. Such a quirky piece, Bev. It made me smile. It's lovely!

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  22. This is a wonderful, fun piece Bev! I especially like the boots.

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  23. LOL! I love this! First time I've seen legs on fish. So cute!
    xoxo,
    Kristin

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