In Jersey lives a particular core group of people who are wonderful and crazy, nerve wracking and a joy to be around. At times they can be jesters, comedians, bartenders, and pranksters. Always, they are dependable and big hearted. My husband grew up with these crazy loons he shares no blood with but calls family. After spending almost a decade getting to know them, I am thankful to be able to call them friends.
- pdpa Old Ornate Linen Texture
- Pictures of my crazy friends.
Meh, I'll keep on working on it. Feel free to send some suggestions and feedback. Thanks!
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Hey Kris, I love your choice of subjects for this week's theme. Good job with all the layers and all this photo art takes a lot of practice so just keep at it. Thanks for stopping by.ReplyDelete
Wow. I love how you've put this together. This would make a beautiful print that you could give as a gift to your friends.ReplyDelete
lovely interpretation and layering. I often use a gradient circle as a layer mask for each image when layering up like this - so each image fades away at the edgesReplyDelete
Good choice of subjects and layering.ReplyDelete
this is truly beauiful piece!ReplyDelete
What a unique and fun piece. These must be some interesting folks and full of life. Great job putting this collage together.ReplyDelete
stunning and deLIGHTfull!! I love your spirited words, just enough, to really give a flavour of this merry band of friends. it's a rare treasure, such friends that are our family by choice. my son has this, which makes my heart happy. they all live and work on Nantucket. while they didn't "grow up" together, they have grown into a brilliant and shining tribe...ReplyDelete
What a compliment to your friends, crazy and wonderful as they are. Your blending is great and I wouldn't change a thing because this a story that came from your heart ... and it shows.ReplyDelete
Andrea @ From The Sol
What a great collage of friends you have on there! While I have never met any of those people, the mix of them just feels right on the photo. They all seem to blend so well together. Lovely!ReplyDelete
Think you did a great creation here. So hard to connect so many photos. YOu might try zooming in on the fine areas and adjusting your brush to a smaller size. It is easier for me to see when I have zoomed in , and easier to get rid of those little halos. You did an amazing job though!ReplyDelete
Your collage on connected/connection is fantastic - so real and to be connected with dear friends is a ture JOY! Love it!ReplyDelete
Great suggestion from Jeanne.. I am going to try it..
Fun montage of connectedness.ReplyDelete
it's interesting to read the comments and get tips that might help me when i put a collage together as i'm still learning all of this too.ReplyDelete
i happen to think that this piece has a very interesting look to it just as it is though and is a great submission for the connected theme.
after reading your information on what went into this piece and the background of who these people are i'm sure that they are all having a good time together. however my first thought upon looking at it was a bit of fright . . . such contrast between the upper right (violence) and the lower left (love) was a bit of a startle. then my eye travels around the piece finding various bits to study which means that you've done a good job of drawing me in. i end up wanting to know their various stories . . . both as individuals and as individuals making their various 'connections'. so job well done, i think~!!~