Hi and welcome to you

I guess if you stumble across my blog, you probably have an interest in photography, digital art or smudge painting too.

I have been a digital scrapbooker since 2005 ... wow, where has that time gone?? I am still heavily involved in the digi scrap community but I really believe that what I do is closer to art than scrapbooking - but whatever you want to call it doesn't really matter to me ... as long as I am creating I am happy.

I have been lucky enough to meet some amazing scrap artists and I have made some wonderful cyber friends though this industry. I can't imagine not having this outlet in my life ... besides where else would I get my inspiration?

Recently I discovered smudge painting, or virtual oil painting (as it is often called) and well, I am hooked - here I can merge my love of animal and nature photography with art and still be creative - it certainly works for me anyway.

This blog is just for my photos and art, I hope you enjoy your visit ... perhaps you could show me your work too, I would love to see it.

Just in case you are wondering ... my weapons of choice are Canon and Photoshop.

happy creating

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

No time these days

 I did this one a while ago ... just haven't had time to post it.
I wish life would settle down a bit ... I am way too busy !!!!


BlueCat said...

Always eyes are very pretty!

Lys said...

Hi Lisa,

This is beautifully done, as usual and between the original and what you've done, I'd choose the work you made with : the little girl is so cute and her eyes are gorgeous !

stepko said...

wow!! Soo wonderful painting as always!! The eyes look so amazing and I love how you changed the background! wow!! You're so talented!!

Maca said...

Hi Lisa, those paintings are just amazing!!!! Great work!!!

Hugs Maca (macafus)

Joelle said...

OMG!!! I am sooooooooo proud of you girl!!! wow wow wow!

Rhuth said...

wow...this is so beautiful... so amazing... i guess you put a lot of work in it...love it..



Carol said...

This is absolutely fascinating, I've never heard of smudge painting. It's absorbing looking at your beautiful works.