Sunday, February 28, 2010

A Transformation . . .

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Just a couple of posts down thanks were offered to the kind couple who hosted us in la Réunion for a good part of February. When Lynne over at Décolleté Glimpses saw the photo attached to those thanks, she started playing around with it in Photoshop, and the below two images are the results of her doodlings. From Décolleté Glimpses you can find links to her other blog and website, to get a better idea of just what a fine artist she is. But it's not only about art; mainly it's simply about enjoying life. And be careful if you should start communicating with her via the comment box or otherwise . . . she has a wicked sense of humor. You have been warned. Thanks Lynne for these beauties ! I think you really caught the essence of the original image, and the transformations are awesome, imho . . .
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15 comments:

The Sagittarian said...

Oh yay, what are you trying to say...when I clicked on the comment box I got a 'pop up' asking me to begin an Intelligence test! And I declined, so does that mean I passed or failed?
And Sister Lynne did a superb job n'est pas?

Catherine said...

wow these metamorphosed images are indeed stunning - I have a few transformations on my current post!!

Catherine said...

Looking back at the original image it does indeed have a distinctively Japanese flavour..how clever to bring that out in the way she did..

AmyR said...

Ooh, fantastic manipulations. Thanks for the link to her blog!

Susan said...

Very cool - it makes me see totally different things in the photo.

louciao said...

Twas brillig. I had to do it. Thanks for letting me.
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louciao said...

PS. Pardon my ignorance, Owen, I hate to flaunt it all over your comment box like this, but you signed off with IMHO and I don't know what it means. I don't think it means "I'm a ho" but one can't be sure...

TechnoBabe said...

Nice to see the merger of artists.

Steve said...

I love layered imagery like this - very pleasing to the eye!

Owen said...

Mad Lynne, imho... in my humble opinion...

Or, I'm a happy otter ?

Linda said...

WHOA! Those storms battering Europe's western coasts look pretty devastating. Hope all is well with you and your family.

Selina Kingston said...

genius!

Virginia said...

This is gorgeous. I'd love to be able to achieve something like this. I can't do diddly with PS!
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Owen said...

Thanks again to you Lynne Louciao and your marvellous inspiration and vision to see the potential in the original image, and take it to a new dimension... !

louciao said...

Insert curtsy here.
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