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Fruit Platter

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Hand made kaleidoscope of my original artwork. Original piece is in the inset.

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whatnauts

I think they'll be easier to handle (and eat) once they are defrosted :))))))

foxymoron

PPTHHPTHPFFTHPPPT!

(The sound of those frozen raspberries... cheeky little whatsits, aren't they! )

whatnauts

Foxy, thanks, but hold the photo. I found a few frozen berries in my freezer and that should tide me over. As for the three day season, actually it's four - allowing plenty of time to restock :)))))))

puzzaddled

*grin*

foxymoron

Ah, but life is! :-)

puzzaddled

Snarfled out loud re PS...assistant likely would have lost thumb!

Proved my point re digital, didn't you? It wasn't a bowl of cherries after all... ;-D

foxymoron

Thanks, Michelle. You can do it too! I never learned to paint until my DH asked if I could paint pretty flowers on a jewellery box he had made. I said I was sure I could - just needed a few lessons :-) As soon as I dipped my brush in paint and laid down that first stroke I was hooked. Rather like creating the first piece of digital art LOL. Mmm... digital remastering? The thought never occurred to me! See comment to Shirley re sharing more art.
PS Picture this... Rome, 1512 AD... Michelangelo to his assistant "What do you mean you've lost the thumb drive???"

foxymoron

Oh, whattie, I am so sorry. Will I send you a photo of raspberries to tide you over? You must be looking forward to that three day season! Thanks :-)

foxymoron

Thanks, Shirl. I'd love to show more but I don't have many photos of my early work. I lost a heap due to computer failure. The same lot had been uploaded to one of those photo hosting sites and it turned it's toes up too! That's life :-)

foxymoron

You're welcome, Patti and thank you too :-)

puzzaddled

Delicious on so many levels, Chrissie. I'd love to be able to have this ability and appreciate those who do. You can do traditional art anywhere; digital does require the electronic gizmos and we all know what battery failure or nasty worms and viruses can do to it. Not to mention changes in platforms over the years...whatever would have happened to the works of the Great Masters if it was all on those old magnetic floppy disks? (Don't go for the obvious here about re-mastering, ok?)

Thank you for sharing and I second that emotion, Shirley. Please ma'am, can we have some more?

whatnauts

A wonderful kaleido, foxy. Thanks for including the original. But now I've got a hankering for raspberries and they are definitely NOT in season.

shirley68

Love the original artwork,Chrissie, I'd like to see more of those, makes one very fine kaleido as well, Thank you, Chrissie. :):)

PLG1958

Love this! So creative & colorful! Thanks, Foxy!

foxymoron

Contrary to your opinion, dear girl, there is an end to my talents... I cannot strike a match on a jelly :-)
Kidding aside, thank you! I appreciate your lovely compliment. I started traditional art long before I found digital art. Much easier to clean up after digital art!

RandomWorship

NOT content with making AMAZING digital art, you also make traditional art? Is there no end to your talents?? Don't answer!! I know the answer already. "No" :)))