Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Visual Tutorial An Alteration











13 comments:

  1. Such fun to watch these transformations. It makes me wish I hadn't gotten rid of my Epson with the waterproof ink, but it was constantly getting clogged. I wonder if photocopies would smear? Or laser prints? I think the local office store has a laser printer you can pay to use.

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  2. Really amazing. All are so lovely and original.

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  3. Now that's a painting that EVOLVED! Love it...and your creative genius!

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  4. Wow Sharon, and that is all I have to add.
    xox-Kris-10

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  5. it makes one feel ready to create that is for certain, Very tired tonight, we were in the city. Riachrd had a wrinkle in his macular and today was a check up after the surgery. Doing good.

    Bit I found some lovely apers at a thrift today and my head has been spinning and after I sleep a while I will wake early and think again.

    One has to look and then look again at these alterations. Alterations also give that sense of artful accomplishment.

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  6. I always like to see your works in process. So interesting and the finished art so beautiful.

    Thanks for the visual tutorial.

    Darla

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  7. Wow! That's amazing! Very unique and intriguing pieces! <3

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  8. You are so awesome Sharon and one of my favorite muses.

    Just getting back into blogging after some health challenges these past few months. So good to be back and feeling strong again.

    Wishing you a wonderfully creative holiday and a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year.

    www.reneetroyartonline.co (new)

    Hugs,
    Renee

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  9. the magic of
    this is beyond measure.



    truly

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