Several layers of background are from Playing with Brushes, Texture 4 Layers, and Skeletalmess. Image is from Flickr Collage images (SuziQ), and enhancements from After 5 Designs. It is my most pleasant way to pass time to sleuth out bits and pieces for digital collage. My thanks to all the artists who so generously share their "stash" to public domain.
Bev, This is exquisite, elegant and refined all of which my take on the theme is not!! I love the background which is simply beautiful, as is the image. Wonderful work.ReplyDelete
what a fabulous piece!!love the image!!!ReplyDelete
Bev, I clicked on this and the details are gorgeous! I love the depth you achieve in your digi-art! I put my grungey backgrounds up at Digital Whisper if you ever want any to use... or just let me know and I'll email 'em to you! =)ReplyDelete
You're so right Bev.ReplyDelete
Where would we been without these generous people ! I use so often free images from others and Jerry (skeletalmess) is sure one of my favorites also !
About your image.
I love your soft colours. They are appropriate exactly at the layout and i bend for your idea to place that newspaper above her head !
Realy a beautiful image !
This piece must be enlarged to see the wonderful elements you have used in this stunning piece Bev- really beautiful vintage work!ReplyDelete
So it was me you were getting at waiting to be first to post!!!!! I thought it might have been Marie from the 'West Island' LOL just got back from walking the dog in our glorious summer weather!ReplyDelete
Love soft shades in your digi collage, Bev, just spotted the newspaper butterflies, too, sweet addition!
SWEET!!!! She is just darling, beautiful work.ReplyDelete
So soft and dreamy, Bev!ReplyDelete
Wow Bev what a delightful piece. Magical dream. Love them.ReplyDelete
aaaaw, Bev this is sooo pretty, and I love pretty :D The butterflies, the image, the background all eyecandy!! Beautiful, beautiful piece my friend!!ReplyDelete
Such a wonderful theme Bev. Newspapers make perfect art material don't they? This is so pretty - and I love the name of the newspaper (hope everyone enlarges it to see!!)ReplyDelete
Dear Bev Thans a million for all your comments to my work i have just add my little angel to participate on the Newspaper challenge,,,,,,you have a new friend and thanks again.ReplyDelete
I love Graphic design and get new friends to share ideas, techniques and so on.
such beautiful soft colours and I love the paper on top of her head, just brilliant.ReplyDelete
love your new ( to me) header such delightful ladies
Soooo lovely and "vintage", Bev! Your digi work is stunning and done to perfection. Fabulous color! Hugs, Terri xoxoReplyDelete
That's a charming and amazing collage, love the soft pastel look.ReplyDelete
Your collage is so lovely and delicate! And you are a master of collaging various things to a beautiful combination.ReplyDelete
Bev, this piece is exceptional!! I loved the theme from the moment I looked out for it (I usually take a peek on Fridays). What you did with it is amazing. The background is fantastic, the little girl adorable and the way she holds the newspaper is inspired! Wonderful work. You digi artists are like magicians to me! Thanks for the credits also. Must check some of these places out.ReplyDelete
You have done it again! Another glorious, pretty piece for us all to admire. The layers are wonderful, a 3Dish look to it, I can almost reach in and grab that chain! Really cool use of it :DReplyDelete
I would love to have the time you have to create all these beautifull things...ReplyDelete
Just don't stop: I love it!
This is very unique, Bev. There's so much to do with newspaper and I love your idea in your art work. The image is so elegant and somehow noble. Masterpiece, I think.ReplyDelete
This is just so beautiful, Bev. Love the softness you have created.ReplyDelete
your work is delightful. bravoReplyDelete
This is lovely Bev, and I like the vintage look.ReplyDelete
I love the delicate softness of this Bev. It's lovely.ReplyDelete
What a dainty little sweetheart ~ lovely creation Bev!ReplyDelete