Sunday, 31 October 2010


Not a scary picture, despite the occasion, and I felt like I was using too much black & white/sepia/ greyscale, so I made something colourful and different, as I "cut out" round the distictive shape of a "Scotty" dog and then used the background of some of my other pictures to fill the stencil shape!

Sunday, 24 October 2010

Sorry for my apparent recent obsession with black & white, it'll stop soon, I promise, I just love the style, and by coincidence all of the images I got the ideas for were quite "old world" looking.
This montage is based on a strange dream I had, sort of like Alice in Wonderland, but slightly darker - and so I created this based on that, and the fact that I'm just liking the slightly gothic stuff at the moment, most of my previous work (on the last page under "Older posts") was really bright, I swear!
"We're all mad here" ;D

Sunday, 17 October 2010

To celebrate the 156th birthday of Oscar Wilde (yesterday) I created this montage as a tribute to his only novel "A portrait of Dorian Gray" in which a beautiful young man wishes that he would never age (and lose his beauty) and instead his portrait bear the weight of his sins - with terrible consequences!

Sunday, 10 October 2010

This day will only come once every thousand years...and yet everyday in our lifetime only happens once.

Did you know Photobucket has a "vintage photography" section? Seeing those images reminded me of my trip to Paris a few years ago, and so I have created something in a similar style. I took all of the photos, except the 1964 image of a Parish street (top centre -I wasn't alive then) and changed the more modern ones into black and white to create my collage.

Sunday, 3 October 2010

YAY for update!
Sorry, it looks like sunday, every week is about as regular as I can update :/
Although, I like my update for this week :) , I read another Jodi Picoult novel (The Pact) and that kind of reminded me of Romeo + Juliet  so I created this!
I'm not completely happy with the cropping & re-layering, but all in all I'm so happy I managed to find someone's picture of the opening scene, so I could put the characters against it!
Notice Romeo and Juliet are also in the very background, where the sky should be? aw.