I have a confession to make, which I feel comfortable sharing because it’s not really a secret at all…. I’m a procrastinator. I’m flaky, scatterbrained, and absent-minded, too. And I …
Why is Plymouth Rock being held captive inside …what appears to be… an animal cage?! Did it grow frustrated with being a stepping stone, and angrily maul a fanny-pack-wearing tourist? …
[pullquote] “How despicably have I acted! Had I been in love, I could not have been more wretchedly blind. But vanity, not love, has been my folly. Pleased by the …
Looking for just the right pose for my portrait of Jane Bennet, I dug through my old Regency photo shoots, and came across this image. It reminded me of a particular scene from the 1995’s miniseries, where Jane and Lizzy have a tête-à-tête following the Meryton ball, while picking flowers on the grounds of Longebourne.
“He is just what a young man ought to be. Sensible, good-humoured, lively; and I never saw such happy manners! — so much ease, with such perfect good breeding!”
I find myself, time and time again, trying to describe what “photomanipulation” is… what differentiates this piece from an actual photograph. As obviously I wasn’t standing there, in that field, overlooking Pemberley. ;)
I decided the best way to explain how a photomanip is created, is by showing a few screenshots of a work-in-progress, to explain the process in steps as I did earlier with “Mr. Bennet Cat”.
So for all you Pemberley fans, bear with me as I attempt to re-create “Gazing On Pemberley” from the beginning. :)
Photo: I think the cat & skeletal bird are done. I will finish the damask wallpaper background tomorrow.... tmblr.co/ZzEnqv1TqAjT5
I think the cat & skeletal bird are done. I will finish the damask wallpaper background tomorrow.… instagram.com/p/ufED6ilqyG/
"Gone With the Wind" cat art is now available to order in my Etsy shop! I have listed 8x10 and 5x7 prints of... fb.me/3khyRc8Rf