Monday, March 26, 2012

Borrowing from Rupert Bunny...

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To start the week, I thought I would share a couple of  "before and afters"   originating  from a painting by Rupert Bunny,  (29 September 1864 – 25 May 1947) an Australian painter as well as by Skylite's Muse - a Deviant Art photographer/artist.



Digital Composition - figure - Rupert Bunny, background - mine.




A Summer Morning c. 1897
 Rupert Bunny




"To Give Her Poor Dog a Bone..."
Digital Composition
Image Credits - Rupert Bunny (figure)
All other images by Art by January - Little Red Hen



And below,  just for fun,  two 'narratives' I created with "Chicken Little" in mind :0)  an old folk tale that came to mind when I went to work creating some digitals for January to highlight her new kit "Little Red Hen"

 "The Sky is Falling"
Image Credits:  Art by January for the fox, dog, mouse and background
Holliewood Studios - truck, and figure(body) from Twilite's Muse (Deviant Art)


Photograph by Twilite's Muse - Deviant Art

Finally, from Tumble Fish Studio and Hidden Vintage Studios, this one...


"And I say to myself, what a wonderful world..." - Louis Armstrong
Image Credits - as above plus buildings in background - Tangie Baxter

Have a wonderfully creative week!

NB - All above digitals copyright 2012 TwoDressesStudio
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Please do not redistribute or copy without permission

6 comments:

Prudence Puddleduck said...

You must think of 6 impossible things before breakfast as well!
I do marvel at your imagination.
Beautifully done...♥Debi

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I LOVE your wit and your imagination!!!! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Caterina Giglio said...

ohh you are so imaginative... and your wonderful world is fantastic! xo

Lisa Graham Art said...

I would love to watch you work...you DO have an incredible imagination!

Tammy said...

I agree with the comments thus far. You have a wonderful whimsical imagination. Such fun pieces of art.

peggy aplSEEDS said...

wonderful!