Another brick…

In the wall for Take a Word this week – the word being “wall”. I am going fishing with my boys today so I shall  be awol all day. To that effect I thought I’d get this posted tonight before we get caught up in the X-Factor excitement, and later, watching Strike Back:Project Dawn.

Wow! I just realised that I have used KK’s pink carnation (“pink”) as in Pink Floyd… and I loved doing  the “another” all over the place!! This is the original “pink” flower, from Kim’s Skinny Mini E-course. It’s such fun… and I keep learning new stuff all the time!

Isn’t that pretty?! I just cut out the flower to use in my wall picture…, using the blend modes for each flower I copied and resized, etc.!

See you next time! 🙂

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  1. Love your ‘street art,’ Rosie, like the way you have incorporated beauty and zombie, awesome piece!

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  2. this is super duper COOOOL!!! your ché zombie is freakingly beautiful!!

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  3. Beautiful!

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  4. It is such fun seeing you enjoy the magic of digital art, Rosie. This is ANOTHER great piece! (smile)

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  5. great piece Rosie!!

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  6. Wow Rosie, this is fabulous!

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  7. I see you used different blending modes for the flowers Rosie. !! Well done and I agree with Bev. It’s indeed so pleasant to see your improvement and versatility. Super piece !!

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  8. Kaylene

     /  October 4, 2011

    Very innovative, love both images.

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  9. This is wonderfully creative and perfectly done! I love that Che’ Zombie stamp.

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