Saturday, March 10, 2012

Project 52: A Dragon in the Garage

I haven't been taking enough pictures lately.  But, that being said, I saw this on the ground in my parking garage and couldn't wait to get some shots of it.  Do you see the dragon?
Week 9 - Dragon-in-the-garage
Yes, I know it's "just a spill" of something sticky and crazy on the floor, but it has this perfectly long neck and the fierce spiked head.  The neck and tail actually went all the way down the steps but I couldn't get a good shot of the whole thing. 
I played around in PS Elements again and went to my new favorite tool, the gradient map, and applied some yellow, orange and purple.  I love the way it came out because it reminds me of all the cool paper I made last weekend at Art & Soul.  I have lots of things to share from that wildly creative weekend, but was sooooo tired after three full days of getting my hand-crafted groove on.  I barely made it through the week...there were naps every single day!  haaaaaaaaaa  But, the energy is coming back and I'll be sharing more.  

Cheers to artful crap spilled on the ground!!!

4 comments:

  1. I see it! It reminds me of a interpretive Japanese watercolor. Very cool.

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  2. If only my messes were this artistic, I'd have a MUCH better excuse for avoiding housework!

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  3. Yes I can definitely see the dragon very clearly, cool! I sent the invite to the yahoo group did you get it? I was hitting a wall this week too, still don't feel completely recovered. Had so much fun with you there! Hugs

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  4. I can imagine a lovely dragon crossing the page!

    Jen, I tried to find your e-mail, but was unable to. I just wanted to thank you for your fabulous charm you swapped at A&S. I love it!
    Hugs,
    TErri

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