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Friday, February 08, 2008

She Couldn't Decide


And neither can I! This one's something new I'm experimenting with--I really like her, but how about you?

12 comments:

Olivia said...

I can't either, Karen. I do like the apathy in her eyes, which fits with the theme of the collage. I am used to the distinctive look of your other ladies, and she is different. Probably perfect for the theme! Blessings, O

Janet said...

I haven't visited in awhile and just popped in to see what you've been creating. I like this new look! But I also like your others, too.

TammyVitale said...

awesome. Not better or worse - stands on her own, as do the others.

Kimberly Robello said...

Lovely Modigliani style. I like it.

sukipoet said...

Very appealing. I see it as yours and not that different.??? Just a variation perhaps. I like her pensive look.

marcisenders said...

Beautiful!

Ellen Byrne said...

I think your illustration is very sensitive and beautiful!

TammyVitale said...

Karen
If I want to shot a background in sepia or b&w, and then superimpose a torso over that, is that doable in photoshop?

Mercer's Daughter said...

Karen,
I love the look of long oval faces and necks which gives this piece a feel of gracefulness. Very feminine.
I like it!

Lynn said...

I like the see through hair. Is that the difference?
She is lovely. I hope it takes her a long time to make up her mind. She's a woman, and is intitled.
Hugs

Indigene said...

Lovely, either choice! Isn't it great when both the choices are great? Lovely illo!

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vintage moon studio said...

I like this a lot... "style" is so overated, don't you think - lol? I fretted for a very long time that I had no "signature style" (although somepeople tell me I do)but then decided that it wasn't necessarily a bad thing to have a variety of design approaches. Keeps it fresh... Deb