Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Pantomime

This is my entry for the Three Muses this week using "black and white stripes".  Butterflies are from Dover converted to black and white, background from Captivated Visions and mime from Graphic 45 artist papers all blended and artistic filters used in Photoshop.

21 comments:

  1. Lori, this is a fabulous piece! I love the limited palette and the wonderful texture--and that mime is an amazing graphic!

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  2. I love the graffiti effects and the grunge BG Lori!
    Well done and very expressive work my friend! Bravo! :)

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  3. Beautiful! I truly love this piece! Very nice!

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  4. This looks fantastic!
    Groetjes karin

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  5. Uniquely beautiful...masterful artwork here, Lori. Excellent!

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  6. This is a fairly different modern look for your art but magnifique of course.
    I think I've said it before but I love your banner it is just luscious!

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  7. That is beautiful!

    Poor sweet, sad Pierrot!

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  8. Love, love, love this one, Lori. Very original and creative!

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  9. I love grungy collages more than anything else in digital art and this is spectacular. Perfection!!

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  10. Another masterpiece, Lori, stupendous!!

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  11. Absolutely lovely! I adore her sad look. So, so beautiful art piece, Lori.

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  12. excellent work! all matches so beautifully!

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  13. Really great piece, love the black and white against the unbleached

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  14. Exquisite piece, Lori. A stunning piece of black and white.

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  15. I love this piece, Lori! It really does make me think of some graffiti on a wall you might find in Paris!!

    Betty

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  16. This is just fab-u-luss Lori! I love those butterflies....well I love everything about it! xx

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  17. Absolutly breathtaking, I love it most!

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  18. This is a very haunting and mysterious image. Beautiful and intriguing work.

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