Monday, 5 July 2010

Five Ways With One Picture

I am sure I have read fashion articles-a long time ago, that had titles like this. Or maybe they were cookery magazines. Five ways with spam or something. Tonight I have been trying different things with my painting. I quite like the black background one, and the Japanese label one too. That label was from a piece of clothing and makes a good layer I think. In the book, I have found out how to make my own brushes-very exciting and surprisingly easy. You never know quite how one will turn out, and I like the surprise element.


This face has been liquified. How unpleasant!



This is a brush from a doodle last night. I suppose when it is a picture like this it is more of a stamp.

9 comments:

frayedattheedge said...

All this is fabulous - I am in awe of how you have got to grips with this - I would still be on page one!!!

jabblog said...

What fun! It's interesting to see the different effects.

Tracy said...

Very fun, all of them! Do love the one with the Japanese label too--probably my fave of the bunch, gives a wholeness to the piece somehow. Sorry so slow to visit lately... I have a cold, not much fun in summer. :o7 Happy Week, Sarah ((HUGS))

Mar said...

i like all of the options!
brushes hunh
i have a time with these in photoshop
i get it right ...then another time i have to totally relearn it
i love looking at everyone elses success
!

Anairam said...

You are learning great stuff with your experimentation! I am going to take you up on your offer and download the two textures/whatevers in the post below. But to use in a collage in my art journal. Will that be okay? I will let you know once they turn into something - in my art journal some pages/backgrounds languish for months before I add to them or finish them!

Lori Saul said...

These are fun Sarah- I love the one against the black and the one with the asian writing (make a great postcard). A beautiful art play with imagery and design- well done!

Together We Save said...

Very interesting!!

Anne said...

Hi, Sarah! I love to see you experimenting like this! So much fun! And I like the digi brush you created! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog during my recovery! :-)

Tammie Lee said...

it really does look as though you are having fun experimenting. Changing one piece of art around really shows the possibilities of our choices. Thank you for visiting my blog (my other one), lovely to see you there and meet you here.