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Drawing With Stitch - textile surface patten using free motion machine stitching to create pebble patterns & texture // Francoise Tellier-Loumagne

Drawing With Stitch - textile surface pattern using free motion machine stitching to create pebble patterns & texture // Francoise Tellier-Loumagne Serena- interesting how we as artists try to imitate nature.

I found this portrait in Rankins Portfolio under  Beauty, this image inspired a whole experiment that i did using cut out paper templates to imitate His work. I loved doing these photographs and i really liked the end result. I did them digitally and used photo shop to edit them after I had finished.

Beauty photography by the English photographer John Rankin Waddell, but otherwise known as Rankin

church as a residential building | http://blog.terrysfabrics.co.uk/2009/03/06/residential-conversions-living-in-god%E2%80%99s-pad/

To live in my dream barn conversion with my dream kitchen, then I can cook up a storm, Sunday Roast Dinners, Pesto Chicken, buy a couple of Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsey cookbooks and cook cook cook

Japanned wardrobe by Thomas Chippendale at Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire. ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel

Japanned wardrobe by Thomas Chippendale at Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire. ©NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel Love the green .

Grace Jones by Jean-Paul Goude | V Magazine

Icon cover image of Grace Jones photographed by Jean-Paul Goude ~ African Style

Orton Effect creates a dreamy, impressionist look of the image. Photographer Michael Orton invented it in the mid-1980s in order to imitate watercolor painting. He’d blend together one sharp photo with one that’s out of focus and slightly overexposed. With the digital photos and Photoshop, creating photos like this is easier than ever. Photographer Mark Denney will show you how to do it with a single image in a couple of minutes. https://youtu.be/wLVIcPyO1Mc Start by opening a ...

Orton Effect creates a dreamy, impressionist look of the image. Photographer Michael Orton invented it in the mid-1980s in order to imitate watercolor painting. He’d blend together one sharp photo with one that’s out of focus and slightly overexposed. With the digital photos and Photoshop, creating photos like this is easier than ever. Photographer Mark Denney will show you how to do it with a single image in a couple of minutes. https://youtu.be/wLVIcPyO1Mc Start by opening a ...

Seasun Productions by Paul Macgregor

I like the colors in this logo. They are subtle but they blend well. The contrast between the background and and text/ image draws attention to the logo.

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