Sunday, 14 February 2010

SOARTFUL CHALLENGE - OUT OF THIS WORLD


This weeks challenge over at soartful is to use the photo for inspiration and the theme OUT OF THIS WORLD
I have turned the photo 90 degrees to give a landscape added lots of layers and had a good old play around and really enjoyed myself in photoshop.....
lost in my own out of this world experience lol..... I am hoping you will like my little white rabbit making his way down from the pogoda with his bunch of antique keys waiting to unlock the doorway, and for you to enter into another world......

8 comments:

Jeanette said...

You have the liveliest imagination. I love this piece. All of the layers are spectacular. This is just so much fun. Love the rabbit.

I checked you previous two posts. Beautiful artwork.

Thanks for being Soartful this week.

Femmy said...

fantastic!!!! great scenery!

Emma said...

Hi Ju
Hope you are well and have had a lovely wk end.
Sorry its been so long since I have been by. HUGE thanks for thinking of me and passing on the award.
I have had a good catch up with your blog and I say WOW...all your creations are totally stunning. You do so many different techniques.
Hugs Emma x

Karen said...

Oh Ju...this is amazing honey! I love the rabbit & the keyhole!

About the stamp....it was a gift & although I have had a look in a few online shops I can't see it...perhaps someone else might be able to help. HUGS XXX

Lucy said...

What an imagination! Fantastic!

Lucy said...

Thanks for visiting me and commenting on my piece. Just so ya know, I don't LIVE here in beautiful Arizona, I'm from the prairies in Canada and just spend a few months here to get away from the cold....lucky me!

anyway, re the holes in the cactus...An info site put this better than I could have...."A saguaro with many holes in it has been visited by the Gila Woodpecker. The bird will drill several holes to get to the water stored inside. The saguaro seals off the hole with scar tissue to prevent water loss.
If the saguaro has a lot of holes in it and is located in the fairway of a popular golf course, that probably wasn't the woodpecker's fault!" (and I've seen these, LOL!)

Amy said...

what a pretty dreamland you have created..cute bunny!

Crafting Joanne said...

Another stunning piece of work Ju, love how you have built up the layers from the original picture.

Hugs

Joanne xx