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Here is a peek at the three sets of textures one lucky entrant in the Butterfly Tales' giveaway will receive:
For next week's Photo Art Friday,
let's continue with a choice of:
1. showcasing any piece of photo art
2. showcasing a piece of photo art with something(s) HIDDEN in the art
Need a little more clarification? Okay, let me elaborate: There should be something in your art piece that viewers, who take the time to linger over your art, will discover - something that is not obvious at first glance. Place an image (or even several images) within your main image - something that is hidden in plain sight. (I will post a couple of examples of this type of image on Sunday or Monday.)
If you choose this second option don't identify what is hidden in the image in your post. Let the viewers try to identify it and tell you what they think you have hidden in your image, in their comments. After most of the comments have rolled in, you can then reveal what was hidden in a comment response.
So ... what do you think? This will be a fun challenge for those of you who embrace it - and for those of us who come to view it.
If you feel option #2 is too complicated or time-consuming you still have option #1, which is always the core of this photo art showcase.
Now without further ado...
it is time for some photo art!
This week at Photo Art Friday we have the choice of submitting any piece of art made from our photographs OR a piece of abstract photo art.
I am submitting the following piece of abstract photo art:
This piece of photo art was made from a collage manipulated with Photoshop Filter "Wave", pdpa textures and web fonts. One of the final edits was blending the grouping in Difference blending mode which gives the font multiple tones. A black border was added as a finishing touch.