Chrysalis emerging…

For Sunday Postcard ArtThings with wings!

This is a hybrid postcard – my altered painted background (previously used in sepia tones); the face I finished painting this evening was sketched earlier this week; and lots of brushes and layers on Photoshop. I also found a great site where I learned how to draw basic wings… HERE.

 

 

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18 Comments

  1. She’s lovely! Blue and purple are one of my favorite combos!

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  2. Fabulous art piece! So beautifully created!

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  3. Oh Rosie, what an absolutely elegant piece of art! I love her face…you’ve created a joyfully sweet piece of art! Bravo!

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  4. She is wonderful!

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  5. A wonderful postcard Rosie…beautiful work!!!

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  6. A very talented piece, so original! Fantastic work Rosie! xx

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  7. the face and colors are just gorgeous!!

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  8. Wow, this is fabulous Rosie – a great face and I love those colours.

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  9. Great colors!

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  10. I love your ‘thing’ with wings… the ‘pointed stars/shapes’ looks like hawkbit fluff??? (Djeez…I looked that up, is that really the right word?)

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    • I have no idea Marit, lol! However, if you mean something to do with Moths, then probably, because that’s the effect I was aiming for. It’s easier with a paintbrush for me, than with a digital brush, I’m afraid!!

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  11. How beautiful this is! I love the idea behind it anf the art is just gorgeous!

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    • Thanks Linda! I loved your challenge piece for the Group – have shared the link with a newbie/wannabe-friend who’s keen to try digi-art!!!

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  12. Fantastic piece of art, dear Rosie!

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  13. anne

     /  July 31, 2011

    Great Postcard!!!

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  14. wow, these colors blow me away!! what a great postcard!

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  15. Oh, Rosie, that’s a wonderful piece. Love the colors.

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  16. SO BEAUTIFUL! As always Rosie, you have some of the most wonderful mixes and blends of blues and violets! Her purple eyes are deep and haunting, and her face is so beautifully expressive. I see a captivating combination of sadness and peacefulness. Her expression really draws me in.

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