Tuesday, April 22, 2014

This week's challenge--swapping heads

OKAY, I am totally, utterly, completely out of ideas...that said, this week's challenge, although late, is SWAPPING HEADS

Bird heads on people, people heads on animals, fish heads...oh, you get the idea.

Every time I try to set up the linky, all the images on the blog go away, so if you want to play along, please just add a link to your art in the comments section. Here are a few heads to get you going.

I found these all on Pinterest.  I'll be back with some of my own before the week is out.

Sunday, April 13, 2014


I have chosen the word "Glow" for our challenge. A definition of glow..."a steady radiance of light or heat". Synonyms are "radiance, luminosity, shine, gleam and glimmer".
Your medium to depict your interpretation can be in any format...digital part, journal page...drawing, or painting. You can post your image using the link provided or leave a link in the comments.
Below is my interpretation of the word "Glow"

Thursday, April 10, 2014

I did it again!

Sorry peeps, as you might have noticed, I forgot my turn, again. Tiffany even reminded me a day later, so I kind of forgot it twice.

I am on vacation in Finland, that is my excuse. So I suggest that we have an open challenge once more, I know, I have had them before. But they are nice from time to time? I hope so, cause that is all you get!


PS. One more problem...I am not on my own computer and I can´t find the id and password to link tool, so if you want to participate to the open challenge, let´s do this the old school way, so please add link to your creation on comments. Thank you for your understanding and patience. Hopefully next week here is a fresh new challenge in time.

Monday, March 31, 2014


(Click *HERE* for silhouette source)


This week's challenge is to incorporate a silhouette into your artwork. 

All types of art are welcome: digital collage, photography, art journal or scrapbook pages, cards, mail art, Artist Trading Cards, etc...


Post your piece on your blog or another site. Next, leave a direct link to your work using our link feature at the end of this post, or by putting it in our blog "Comments" section.

We can't wait to see what you create!