17 July 2010

White Tiger.

I have been playing on the computer today. 
This is what I have come up with so far,


This one is from the carousel at Myrtle Beach, I am going to do a series of them.
I am not sure what I will do with them, but they are fun to do. 
I am quite pleased with this one.
 
What do you think?
Kat

10 comments:

  1. Very cool! What program have you been playing in?

    Hope you are having a good Saturday Kat!
    xo Catherine

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  2. i think they look really cool....and would make great personal cards...

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  3. Nice! I have no idea how to do these...Good going.

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  4. They are very eye-catching and fascinating to behold! I especially love the tiger and the lady draped on its side - as a stand alone without the surrounding carousel it's very enigmatic! Lovely!

    Take care
    x

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  5. That looks great!I too love to play around with my photographs on my computer. Making collages is the best part of every post I write.;))
    Hope you are having a great weekend,
    xoxo

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  6. Oh my, I love that tiger!

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  7. I think they look great! I particularly love the sound of the carousel project--seems you could put together a set of cards with them and sell them through Etsy or something.

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  8. Wow, these are great Kat. They look like they were fun to make.

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  9. We love both pieces! The thought of doing all carousel animals is really neat.
    We agree with Brian, above, greeting cards is a good use of your art.

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  10. Love it! That tiger caught my eye too:)

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So, what do you think? Did you like it? I love hearing from you.

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