Long ago…

Lovely challenge from The Three Muses this week – “long agoand oh so far away…” just like the Carpenters song. Talk about flights of fancy! I chose to go digital because I am simply too full of cold/flu to go upstairs and get creative with paints, paper, etc. So, next best thing, I used one of my scanned in painted backgrounds and some excellent images from the Graphics Fairy.

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DH was watching me manipulating the bird and made a few helpful suggestions on how to make him ‘pop’ even more! I used one of the artistic filters on my painted background and the glyphs came via an email this week – somebody trying to sell me a lucky bracelet! I figured I’d use the imagery and see if that works instead of buying the bracelet!!

It’ll be a long day, with a good chance of getting soaked again, then home, eat and back out for the Scrapstore Management meeting for the forthcoming Craft & Food Fair on November 7th. Roll on Thursday! 😉

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16 Comments

  1. fabulous coloring and layers Rosie!!

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  2. WOW! The whole piece “pops”! Gorgeous color and layering! I love it! Take care of yourselves and feel better, both of you!! XOXO

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  3. Lovely work Rosie – she really looks as if she’s listening to him!

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  4. Great creation and that Raven certainly pops. Love the bit of text too, really adds to the piece.

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  5. taluula

     /  October 21, 2009

    Oh wow Miss Rosie this is amazing, and yes the whole thing does pop, and I’m pleased you managed to recycle those gliphs in a very creative way. Go girl.

    PS : get well soon.

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  6. Oh, Rosie, you found the most perfect image of the little girl with the rapt look of attention on her face, as if he really IS imparting nuggets of great wisdom. I love the prose that accompanies it all. Sorry you have a cold/flu, but glad you went digi so we could be treated to this wonderful piece! Be well!

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  7. Very pretty interpretation of the topic.
    I like that.

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  8. just lovely, rosie! glad to see you put those egyptian images to good use!

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  9. Rosie, your picture is scrumptious – everything about it. The central image is perfect for the verse. Sorry to hear you are so ill. Hope you are back at your work table very soon, although I have to say that your digital expertise is fantastic.

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  10. Beautiful composition – thoughtful and expressive. Wonderful layering and color Rosie!

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  11. Rosie, this piece is excellent and brilliant! It looks so fantastic!

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  12. Absolutely wonderful!!

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  13. beautiful!! love the colors, the text, it’s just great!

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  14. What a beautiful piece and the text is super!! love this!!

    Linda

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  15. It’s beautiful and mystical! Great take on the theme.

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  16. Fee

     /  October 26, 2009

    I love it! The colours, the words, the pictures. The gypsy girl with the glyphs is very clever 🙂

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