Tuesday, 24 February 2015

In The Style Of

Thank you all for your lovely comments on my last tag, much appreciated.
 I was spoilt for choice here. I could have been idle and made a tag in the style of Tim Holtz, but decided to set myself something a bit more challenging. I therefore went for Gustav Klimt. I love his geometric designs and colours even though they are ones that I don't use much myself. I sort of copied one and coloured it with crayons, and the second one I used printed papers, doodled on them, and drew a ladies face. I used to love colouring as a child but find it a bit of a chore as an adult.


 

11 comments:

  1. Lovely tags, the second one is my absolute fave! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. I certainly would never say that doing a tag in the style of TH is by any stretch of the imagination, 'idle'!! They are very detailed tags taking a lot of time and skill. I know - I can't do them! LOL Your TH tags are fanTAStic!!
    Your two tags here are fabulous I love them both. ((hugs)) :o)

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  3. Your tags are so wonderful that I hope you don't mind that I enlarged them on the post so that we could all see them better and admire them xx

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  4. ps ... I don't think that doing tags in the style of Tim Holtz is idle either ... whatever whoever inspires is perfectly acceptable

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  5. Wonderful Klimt tags - you have been so clever with the second one - perfect!

    Carolyn xx

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  6. Great tags - love the second one especially!!!

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  7. I love both these tags and there was no doubting whose style inspired you, beautiful drawing :o)

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  8. Wee Man said ~ "Thank you very much Wendy. I have done a new tag for this week" Hugs from Wee Man.

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  9. Brilliantly done! I love the second tag, it is totally Klimt.

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