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Thursday, February 24, 2022

Thursday Art Feb 24

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The Deer!

The option for TIT is Ad a texture. That´s what I did to the deer. The deet is a painted A3 watercolorpaper with a cut-out deer silhouette. Later on I painted that weird new background on A3 paper and did not know what to do with it. Took it to Photoshop and blended them digitally to ad up with the new Deer artwork. 



Bokeh Photograph in winter times.

For Art Journal the promt is "What´s your style". Guess the above says it all. I mix and match. I only wish I could paint bokeh as I can photograph it. But I find that hard to do. 


Today Rains promt is Despair. Well, I had enough of that in my life so I can´t, don´t want to, create anything. Then I actually realized that the angel in my header shows despair. That will do!



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Linking up with the following memes. My thanks to the hosts:
Paint Party Friday    TIT ad a texture   TAD    Art Journal "what´s your style"

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14 comments:

  1. That green on the deer background is a lovely color and really brings this piece up a level. Your photos are great too. The little circle spots of light really bring them up a level too. Thanks for joining us at Art Journal Journey Monica (for Elizabeth's challenge). Hope you have a great rest of your week. Hugs-Erika

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  2. Well done on the art. As always you are so cleaver and inventive. Have a very nice day.

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  3. Beautiful deer silhouette and despair angel!

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  4. Beautiful photography, and I love the deer!

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  5. What a lovely deer. Most impressive texture. I love your bokeh. It is wonderful. Thanks so very much for sharing this with us at Art Journal Journey using Bleubeard's and my theme.

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  6. Beautiful artwork. Love the green and textures. I love beautiful bokeh. So amazing.

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  7. Nice brush stroke texture on the background with the deer silhouette. Love the bokeh photos! happy PPF!

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  8. I chuckled when I read your post ... all those beautiful pieces and your refusal to create despair ... you go girl :) Yes, your angel fits the bill, but I am with you ... there is already too much despair in the world. My prayers for the people of the Ukraine, my heart breaks for them. And I hope that Putin experience despair as he has caused so much of it for others. Enough said ... hope all is well with you :)

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  9. A great texture to see on your page the deer looks wonderful as well. Thank you for linking to the AJJ theme and for the inspiration.
    Yvonne

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  10. Really great job about deer. And your winter snow photos are also wonderful.

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  11. Beautiful artwork and photos! The texture you added to your page is fabulous 😁. Thanks so much for joining in the fun at Try it on Tuesday! Hugs Jo x

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  12. I especially like the bokeh photography.

    All the best Jan

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