terça-feira, 12 de abril de 2011

key to her heart

Eilleen was a woman before her time, too independent Herbert wold say. When he asked for her hand, she gave him her handkerchief and went for a round-the-world trip by herself.

Hi, blogfriends. This is my entry for The Three Muses Challenge: Keys. Thanks for passing by.

Eilleen: Colleen Moore; Herbert: Humphrey Bogart; Texture by T_a_g_g_e_r; Handwriting: zeldona at mellowmint (deviantArt); Key (altered): Google Search.

27 comentários:

  1. How could she resist a man that looked like Bogart?! Great page.

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  2. A great take on keys Christine...your background is astounding and I love your words too...you rock!

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  3. Love the colors and the story…
    Good job…

    Louise

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  4. Great story, Christine! Love the art, which gave me memories of "Here's lookin' at you, Babe".... and "we'll have it all, just like Bogey and Bacall". Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Love your artwork, Christine. So nice to see Humphrey Bogart, but who is the lady? I always just associate him with Lauren Bacall....
    Your piece is beautifully laid out.

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  6. This is a great creation, and I love the story it tells. I really like this sepia color-theme which is so important in keeping with the time frame. Really wonderful!

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  7. Lovely vintage piece, Christine!

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  8. Vintage stuff is always my favorite. Love this and love Bogart!

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  9. Beautiful piece Christine. Love that background! xx

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  10. Love the old look you gave your background. Beautiful entry with a great story!

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  11. great piece and I love the vintage look!!

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  12. Poor Herbert, but I don't think he could handle a woman like Eileen so it's probably for the best. :) Great story!

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  13. Fantastic take on this theme, great work.

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  14. Good on Ellen, is what I say, there is nothing like a truly independent woman. Mind you Herbert is a good looker don't you think so hopefully she rushed right back to him. Brilliant fun.

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  15. OOh Eileen - I would love to hear more of your adventures! Is that the key to an advenurous spirit I spy there?

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  16. Love your scenario and such a beautiful romantic piece.

    Marie

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  17. Fabulous piece, Christine, with an amazing background!

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  18. Love your story and the fun take on the theme!!

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  19. Hi Christine.
    About your question "How do I color my B&W photo's....
    Perhaps this can help you ??
    I wrote this tutorial a while ago (you can find it also on my blog but here is the link.
    ('Please note I'm not a profesional tut. writer :)
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_P9KbAxIBgIA/SepWRmmQl-I/AAAAAAAAA9o/l35MAXqWI58/s1600-h/TUT-1a-18april.jpg
    *******
    Compliments for your piece this week !!!
    Rian

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  20. You're welcome Christine.
    Succes !!
    ( If I can help you, feel free to ask, oké ?)

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  21. Good for her! This is such a beautiful and romantic collage - even if he didn't win her heart. Great artwork, Christine.

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Your kind comments are very welcome! Seus gentis comentários são muito bem-vindos.