Thursday, April 5, 2012

Color Me Friday

dogwood art


I know its not Friday yet, but since Bonnie opens up her linky on Thursday evenings, I decided to go early. I stole these dogwood blossoms off my parent's tree as they looked better than the ones I have in my yard. I used Bonnie's "FABrique" texture and Topaz Labs Simplify for processing.

For Color Me Weekly, I added a colorboard.

I know I've been short this week, but many projects are in the works right now. I'll have more to tell later.

Color board


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20 comments:

  1. Lovely Cornus blooms - and such great processing aswell. I really like your texturing in the palette.

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  2. Oh my...that is just STUNNING!!!!

    Happy Easter♥

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  3. Very nice indeed. The texture is stunning!

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  4. Stunning work here LeAnne! Just a lovely composition in every way. Thank you for linking up with Photo Art Friday.

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  5. Both of these are just lovely, great texturing.

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  6. beautiful, love the canvas texture with the soft colours

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  7. That's lovely, especially the colorboard.

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  8. I really like this and the colour board is gorgeous!

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  9. I could look at dogwood blooms all day long - I love your effects here! So lovely.

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  10. Stunning! Absolutely gorgeous processing. One of my faves of all the entries.

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  11. This picture is very nice.

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  12. Both are lovely, but I do like the way you processed the first one.
    (visiting from PAF!)

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  13. This work is just amazing!Like watercolors,- beautiful!
    Have a nice day:)

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  14. Very lovely processing. Thanks so much for sharing. Have a great weekend. Karen (visiting from PAF)

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  15. Oh, how I do miss dogwoods. Beautiful shot and edits. The color palette just really adds to the artsy feeling. I like the slight hint of images in your color palette.

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  16. Who needs to buy posters these days when your own art is better. Love it!

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  17. So beautiful. Dogwoods are one of my very favorite spring blooms. Love the processing you used.

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