Tuesday, 15 April 2014

THE THREE MUSES


THE GIRL WITH GREEN EYES

Created for the Three Muses challenge where this week we are being inspired to create in TURQUOISE AND LIME.

I tried my hand at a bit of digital painting in Photoshop and finished the whole thing off with a canvas filter ..... Tah Dah!

Credit to JoesSistah for the backgrounds (blended) whilst the lady (much altered by me) is courtesy of The Lost Gallery.

Thank you for looking.

15 comments:

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Her face is beautiful her eyes so radiant as well as her smooth ivory skin. To be that youthful again. . Not a flaw . Lovely Turquoise and Lime combination..Well done as always.

Mine is up also at my blog.

sirkkis said...

She is stunninly beautiful and i love the shades and glow of turquoise and lime in the background. Lovely art work,

Karin said...

wow this looks beautiful!!

Bill said...

Such a beauty! Her alabaster skin radiates against the lime and turquoise.

peggy gatto said...

Stunning seems to fit!!!

Christine said...

Your Renascence lady is gorgeous! Thanks for a delightful challenge.

Judy said...

So regal but those eyes - so mean, Ann, you've achieved the perfect befitting complexion with your digital painting plus the canvas texture is a great finishing touch!
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johanna said...

the canvas filter is a perfect idee for this! she could be stolen from a museum. and i bet she has red hair under her cap! gorgeous!!

Ozstuff said...

This is gorgeous, Ann, and I agree with Johanna - the canvas texture is perfect for this classical portrait. I doubted you when you posted turquoise and lime green together but they go very well as evidenced by all the lovely entries this week.

Junibears said...

Your piece is beautiful dear Ann! I love everything about it! xx

linda said...

Drop

Dead

Gorgeous!

Bravo Ann

Anne (cornucopia) said...

This is fantastic, Ann! Great painting!

indybev said...

Great job of digital painting, Ann. The canvas filter is very effective too. It's a striking piece of art!

sheila 77 said...

She is a wonderful Renaissance lady, beautifully created and painted.
Thanks for a great theme, I couldn't resist it.

Karla B said...

Bravo Ann! She is a stunner!