Friday, July 5, 2013

Charcoal Rose

This is my entry for the Summer of Color challenge #4 where the colors are Charcoal and Pink. Imagery credits go to Jen Maddox, itKuPiLLi, Holliewood , Paper Whimsy and doodles from Rebecca McMeen all blended and filters added in Photoshop..

37 comments:

  1. Just my favorit colours! Your collage is so lovely, again. I don't know the name of the flower, but I love it in this beautiful art piece, Lori.

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  2. This is adorable, Lori, so delicately elegant.

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  3. Wonderful magical composition with a unique expression.
    xox Anja

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  4. Very nice piece Lori. love the colors. Thanks for following me, I've returned the thought.:)

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  5. This is beautiful. I love the flower on her dress and how all the elements fit together.

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  6. Wow..so elegant... and also gentle and decadent..fabulous color palette..stunning..she is full of poetry brimming over..gorgeous work!!
    Victoria

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  7. This is stunning, Lori! I love anything to do with Paris and have a collection of E. T. items.

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  8. you have blended them so beautifully they look like they were meant to be together... fabulous work...xx

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  9. This is beautiful - I love your choice of images, they all look so good together, and the colours work superbly well.

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  10. fabulous work, love the touch of black and white in the corner!
    Have a nice weekend! Groetjes Karin

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  11. WOW, this is stunning! I love her dress and all the swirls around the page. I love that these colors for the week are more softer and can work for unsummer things. You did a beautiful job mixing it all on here, love it.
    I haven't seen many digital art pieces before so this was new for me and so cool. The red,white,blue one below is AWEOME AWESOME!! I'm a huge fan for those colors and really love the way you used them on that one.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog, always nice to meet new friends on this SOC journey.
    Have fun with next weeks colors!

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  12. This is just beautiful! The images are gorgeous and the colors work so well. Lovely!

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  13. What a gorgeous piece. It is perfect with the book I just read as I took it apart for an art journal--Gloria Vanderbilt's autobiography. Same period, personality at the age of your subject and a place she would have been.

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  14. This piece is beautiful! Great composition. Loved looking at all the art on your blog. Very creative talent!

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  15. Love what you have done with the colours this week, so much to look at and thanks for visiting me BJ

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  16. WOW! This is such a beautiful image! I absolutely love everything about it! You used this week's soft colors beautifully!

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  17. Happily following your new blog :)

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  18. Gosh! This is an amazing piece! I just love how you have put all the elements of this piece together. It is beautiful.

    Karen x

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  19. I'm running very late and trying to get to everyone. I've missed your blog so much. I need to update my sidebar. As always, love what you do with digital art. Very, very romantic.

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  20. This is beautiful! Reminded me so much of the "Gatsby" era. Thanks for visiting me too! :)

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  21. This is so well done. love it!

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  22. OMG such a beautiful creation Lori!
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  23. I love that wild thistley plant in the foreground! very cool!

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  24. Oh, my goodness --- this is gorgeous!!!

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  25. What stunning digital art, I love how you have combined the images, beautiful use of the SOC colours. :)

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  26. Gorgeous!! love what you have done for pink and grey week...your digital collage is wonderful! :)

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  27. Your entry is beautifully designed! This is such an unique and harmonious picture! Great artwork!

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  28. So very pretty, I just adore all the elements and how you've combined them.

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  29. Beautiful use of the colours! And I always love to see the Eiffel Tower!

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