Thursday, October 6, 2011

Prof. Owl and the Haunted Tree Stump

Hey everyone! Here's a new Halloween piece that I did for the countdown. Hope ya'll like it! As you can see by this piece and the banner for this year, I'm obsessed with this color palette.

I also wanted to mention that I work long hours Mon-Fri, so I'm not always able to reply to comments right away. But I do really appreciate you fine ladies & gentlemen, taking time to make them. I'll be doing my best to make pre-scheduled posts on the days that I'm working. I did well to get a Mon-Tues post in this week, but I missed Wednesday. I'll also be trying to catch up on reading all the other blogs that are pumping out some amazing content for Halloween!

11 comments:

  1. Wow, saw this owl/tree image in the blog feed and had to click! If you're obsessed then I indeed look forward to seeing more!

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  2. There will be at least one more piece in this color palette. But I'll have a few other Halloween pieces through the end of the month.

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  3. I LOVE this piece. And the pallette is just the best. It gives the art a vintage feel to it. AWESOME!

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  4. You can never go wrong with this palette of colors. That stump doesn't look to happy with his new occupant. Love to see more!

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  5. I can see why you love this palette. It's tree-mendous. Lovely Belle.

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  6. I like that old torn paper look in the background. Filter or an real image? Just curious.

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  7. Your banner is fantastic!
    I love this color palette and the torn paper is a wonderful touch.

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  8. Thank you everyone!
    Leigh, it's a real image. I got the paper textures from Lost & Taken: lostandtaken.com
    Another source that I use a lot is CG Textures: www.cgtextures.com

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  9. And I wanted to add, those are both FREE texture sites!

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  10. Great work as always Belle... I'd love if you could find time to put a book of your artwork together (through BLURB maybe) sometime. I'd love to own a collection of your work, it's so inspiring.

    KEEP POSTING!!!

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  11. Oh, actually, I think the banner paper, came from The Graphics Fairy
    www.graphicsfairy.blogspot.com

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