Friday, May 6, 2011

Paintpartyfriday!

painting with photoshop of original below
How I started painting!
Watercolor.
1990

21 comments:

Kharlie Bug said...

WOW, that's pretty cool. I didn't read the post title and I was thinking...how did she do that LOL. Super great water color.

Stephanie Mealor Corder said...

I must admit, that I always have a smile on my face as I make my way to your blog because I know I'm in for a treat! I love your paintings, both the original water colors and the photoshop work- wonderful!
Happy PPF,
Stephanie

EVA said...

Lovely!! Very cool effects with photoshop but I like your watercolour best!

Faye said...

Love your watercolor, Peggy. And the photoshop enhancement is beautiful too.

Netty said...

Its amazing how you have altered this painting with Photoshop. Great watercolour and have a smashing PPF, Annette x

Annabelle said...

Loving the original and yet the photoshop is a neat abstract in a sense.Two totally lovely paintings ....adore both!

Annabelle >^..^<

Pointy Pix said...

I love the effects of the photo shop and it was also a very lovely watercolour to begin with!

Denni said...

OOOh both are great! I love changing my paintings around with photoshop...you can create such interesting art from it.
I like your blog and your header too!

Gloria said...

I think both are great too. I need to learn to use photo shop. Great work. Have a wonderful weekend.

Catherine... said...

Like this... the colours are great

Sunshineshelle said...

Love this & each time I look at your banner it makes me smile (actually laugh out loud) LOVE IT TOO!

Jenny Blair said...

How brilliant and it looks like so much fun too...must give this a go! Gorgeous watercolour..love the colours :)

La Abela said...

The result is very good but I prefer the original ... Saludos

Heather said...

oooh i love what you did with PS - i would love to get that and experiment - looks like it could be addicting! :) I like your watercolor, too!
have a great weekend.

Marlene said...

The photoshopped work is fun but I love the original watercolor.

Christine said...

they look so different yet similar. Love them.

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

How cool to see different takes on the same subject!

Hybrid J said...

Such a cool way to work on a painting! Well Done! :)

Rosie Kaplan said...

Wow - that's clever!

Mary Hysong said...

both pieces are good, but I like the brighter bolder colors in the top one. Happy PPF

Yvonne said...

That's pretty cool. I love Photoshop.