Friday, February 1, 2013

Photo Collage

Bonus post! Leslie Saeta showed us how to make a collage of our challenge paintings. What a neat tool. Here is mine:
© 2013 R.L. Delight, 30 in 30 Challenge Paintings
It is really neat to see them all together. I even kept the not so good ones in. The site she told us is called PicMonkey and it is free! Check it out.

4 comments:

Theresa said...

Pretty impressive. They are all good Renee, some better than others, but all good and certainly all benefit from being shown in a collective! I have some favorites though, one titled zipper waves, I think and study 29 rates high. Your favorites?

R.L. Delight said...

Thank you Theresa. Sometimes, not always, I wince at posting some of the not so good pieces. The ego and the desire to do better comes to the surface. However, I really do want to show the process. Every artist, even the great ones, has off days. It is how we grow. I post them to hopefully encourage others who might be struggling with the same things or just struggling to start.
I like Zipper wave too but I think my favorites are Hug Point, Winter Morn, and By a Jade Green Sea. For me, there is emotion wrapped up in them too. I love Hug Point, its beauty has a special place in my heart. I was happy with the quality of light I captured in Winter Morn and Jade Green. All of the paintings have a story and significance for me. I will be getting the rest up on my website and DailyPaintworks to sell. I am looking forward to continued growth and painting more. Thanks again for the comment. Now maybe I will have a chance to catch up on your, and everyone elses blog!

Dana said...

I just love seeing your wave paintings gathered like this. It is such an inspiration. Congratulations Renee!

R.L. Delight said...

Thanks Dana! I can see that a collage of your textile work and table settings would work quite nicely in this format too!

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