Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Unveiled

I played with some brushes and multi- layers of reduced opacity images for this digital piece. The woman is from e-vint.com, curtain or veil from Cemerony, background is my own and ornament is from a photo of ironwork I took. I added makeup and shading in Photoshop.

20 comments:

  1. Lori, I really like this one; she looks dreamy.....I haven't learnedd to use brushes very well yet but I'm still working on it....
    I want to ask you a question if I may? Do you have such a working knowledge of Photoshop that you know what you are going to get when you start layering, etc.....It's still all just guess with me and I wonder how long it will be before I can enchance, etc...and know what I am going to get......

    Thanks.....

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  2. Lori...i am so enjoying your posts..they are a magical arrow lighting my day in a wonderful way!
    thanks for sharing your creative esssence..this piece is mega-beautiful!
    Love it!

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  3. She seems to be wistfully waiting for someone...a letter...a proposal to arrive. Dreams are visible in her expression...the eyes say it all. Beautiful! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

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  4. I am just in awe of you digital artists. I have Photoshop, took a class or two but it didn't take. So, I drool when I see such gorgeous artwork. :)Bea

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  5. So so beautiful again Lori. Your work just seems to get better and better, if that's possible!
    Awesomely gorgeous! xx

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  6. Oh wow Lori so beautiful.
    She is a beauty.

    Have a wonderful day.

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  7. A lovely, soft and romantic piece :)

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  8. I just saw a tutorial on digital art on another blog and I had no idea how time consuming and difficult it is. You make it look easy. The images you create mesh together so well-the whole work seems to blend perfectly.

    What I like about this one is the muted look you have created. It's so soft looking.

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  9. Lori, I'm such an admirer of your work, but THIS is a masterpiece! Soooooo gorgeous! Your blending technique is superb, and the "makeup" is perfect!!! Bravo!!!! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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  10. Hi Lori..i hope you don't mind, I did a Creative Spotlight post on my art blog and you are in it! You inspire me..and i reeally love all that you are creating!!
    Pure magic!

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  11. Hello,
    Just came across your blog. I enjoy your work.It's dreamy and ethereal to me.

    Seanora

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  12. I love it, its fabulous. Annette x

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  13. Oh it's gorgeous!!! I love Lina Cavalieri... Fornasetti's muse. Your work is beautiful as usual.

    Cheers,
    Holly

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  14. Another beautiful piece, Lori!

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  15. Hi Lori, it all works so well and i love the ironwork in there. what a fabulous and atmospheric piece
    hugs June xxxx

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  16. Lori, your work always amazes me....so beautiful.

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  17. A haunting piece. Beautiful light and shade.

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  18. Ohhhhhhhh, just one word.... no two I mean,

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    .... thanx for nice comment on my WabiSabi blog!

    LAV from Sweden & Agenta

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