Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
Very dramatic piece and I'm intrigued as to how you achieved this.
PicMonkey added colors played digitally.
Thanks, I don't know PicMonkey, something else to investigate.
Way to go Gemma. I'm so happy to see you in your colors.:) I hope you have a lot of fun. Happy week to you and I hope you are doing good.
So beautifully done..gorgeous..fabulous for SOC!Victoria
That's a great idea...and a beautiful painting.
Great image ---and it looks wonderful with the SOC scheme. I did about the same thing. I took something else I was working on and changed the colors. Thanks for stopping by to view mine and for your kind comment.I also found your Journal pARTy blog and wanted to leave a comment there, but since I couldn't, I sent you an email about a post I particularly liked.
pic monkey! I must give this a go, what a great effect!
Love the bold, solid colours. : )
I've never tried anything digital but I am very impressed by your creation here!
I love a sneak peek...you are a wiz at picmonkey!♥ ♥ ♥
The edits are really fun...I hope we get to see the finished painting sometime.
Abstracts are so fun. I will have to look into pic monkey again. I used it to create a collage once. Good job!
Oh wow! This is simply fabulous and a wonderful way to used the SOC colors!
really interesting! I have PSE10 but have played with only a few of the many capabilities. great SOC entry!
Excellent idea for SoC. I don;t have the patience to play arond digitally or the know-how lol. Thank you for your rousing comment on my wee bat :D
This is very striking!
What a great idea! Looks great!
I had intended to visit earlier in the week, but I've been bogged down with HUGE blog hops each day this week. I hope to stop by earlier this week. Yes, I agree. It's hard to keep track when you aren't playing in the same challenges, but you are right. I haven't played in IA for at least nine months.I like what you did digitally. I saw your comment that you used PicMonkey. I've never been able to get that program to work for me. I use Photoshop, a very old, old version, in fact. Regardless, I like the way you addressed this challenge. And I like your painting, too!
Wow! SO COOL you could do that!!!!HuGGs!Debi
Oh how wonderful!
That's a great idea! Would like to see the original painting too :-)
Oh my goodness what vibrant colours! Another here who would love to see the original when it's done.Thank you for your lovely comment over at mine :) x x
What a great way of getting the colour palette for SOC1 super paining too. BJ