Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Alice in Wonderland Digital Art


I have been learning how to color with Photoshop Elements. I colored this lovely Alice digital stamp from Ike's Art and then arranged her on a vintage image from the Graphics Fairy. I also discovered a free photo editing site called Befunky. In that program I added a grunge frame, photo effects and the sentiment. So much fun!

I am entering this digital art in the following challenges:

The Altered Alice - #25 anything goes
Pause Dream Enjoy - #6 anything goes
613 Avenue Create - #11 anything goes
Digi Sketch - fairytale or fantasy
Simon Says Challenge - anything goes

~played on the computer all afternoon~Wendy

7 comments:

  1. I love this piece. I think it is awesome..alice is adorable and congrats on you piece working the way you hoped..you are beyond me..love the piece
    susan s

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  2. Wonderful coloring using the computer. My daughter is the true artist in my family. If you ck out my blog right side bar you can see the sketches & artwork she has done of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. She has done JD as The Mad Hatter but I do not have that posted. Thank you for entering PDE Anything Goes challenge.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    PDE DT

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  3. Very pretty. You did a great job with the digital coloring. Thanks for joining us this week at 613 Ave Create.

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  4. Wonderful coloring! Thanks for playing along with the Anything Goes Challenge this week over on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog!

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  5. Wendy, you really are getting this down! Ike's Alice looks so fab with the cool vintage mushrooms and the frame and sentiment are perfect. Thanks for sharing with The Altered Alice. xxD

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  6. Beautifully put together piece.Great job with the digital colouring too.Thanks for joining us at Digi Sketch Challenge.Hope to see you again next time :D
    Lisa x

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  7. Thanks for playing along with The Altered Alice again! This was my fave this month, LOVE the mushrooms and the grungy frame!

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