Monday, May 30, 2011

Sunflowers

I'm playing along with Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday again.
This is so much fun.
This time the theme is In the Garden.
Here are some sunflowers from my garden a few years ago,
I used Kim's Yesteryear texture and Grey Day Vintage texture.
I've got to learn how to do that rollover thing so you can see the before and after photo. But maybe by next week I will have learned how to do that.
so here's the before photo

and the after 



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19 comments:

Miriam said...

Gorgeous texture work, very 'Van Gogh' I love it.

Stampmouse said...

great use of textures and I love hat miriam said it is very van gogh

Cedar said...

This is lovely! I love sunflowers!

I found this tutorial helpful in learning how to do mouseovers:

http://www.digitalwoe.com/2011/05/image-mouseover-effect/

Very handy!

Wendys Hat said...

I love your sunflower pic! I grew them once. So fun!

Annabella said...

Lovely! Sunflowers can`t fail to make me smile :-)

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Well done...it turned out beautifully.

Thanks for visiting with me this past weekend. I always enjoy your company.

Red and Pink Amaryllis

Linda Makiej said...

Beautiful texture work!!

MJ said...

Beautiful picture and beautiful sunflowers - one of my favorite flowers!

Geri Centonze said...

This turned out great! Love it!

followingsplendor said...

I love sunflowers--I want to learn to do the mouseover thing too--

mimtyson said...

That's it. I'm going to learn how to do this type of thing also! It looks great!

myartsdesire said...

Sunflowers are such a happy flower! So proud, standing so tall...the texture work makes it look almost painted! well done!

Peabea said...

Oh, I really love how it changed it, but the original is great also.

Peabea

Gale Wall said...

Great job on the texturing! Love those sunflowers~

kelly@thebluemuse said...

I love this, great job!

Dianne said...

really nice!

Kathy said...

Love the sunflowers...beautiful. I love how the use of the texture changes the whole look and feel of the photo...nice job.

Kathy

Teresa Schmid said...

Very pretty!

Life with Kaishon said...

How pretty! Sunflowers are my favorite!