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How breezy is she!! I like the way you've made the image come alive outside the box with a transparant extension of the background. And of course - there's a cat! Spiffing!
thanx Jim! i couldn't remember the color of her cat though :)..or the color of the her hair, i just remembered that she colored it herself(thanx for the new word in my vocabulary! "spiffing" is an excellent one.. that is how i felt about her... even though she was still a punk :D)
Oh, VERY nice! She has a smart pose, and I love the Tiffany-blue box behind her. Who says great things only come in small packages? I love the shadows and reflections on the ribbon. And of course, kitty there, all comfy. Makes me want to nap, too. LPs? Dinosaurs! Ok, I'm a little embarrassed to ask, but who is Holly?
Hey Bella! you got, it! it is definitely Tiffany blue... and Holly is Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany's :Dto me.. well.. she does not look like Audrey Hepburn. She is a boyish-looking type of a Southern girl... Loving the looks of glamorous things, even though she can't afford it :D
Hahahaha! Ok, I must confess. I've never seen the movie. Watched a lot of Marilyn Monroe and Doris Day movies, but never saw this one.
LOl, i never watched the movie either (I too prefer Marilyn Monroe). i read the book and recently i stumbled upon an interesting article about Holly, and the locations in New York where the book took place mapped (both real and not)when I was reading the book, i kept trying to fit the image of Holly that Audrey created and I saw so many times everywhere, in all kinds of magazines and shows. but it just did not fit, at least not for me. and then i just let it go and allowed my mind create what i felt it was supposed to be. and .. here it is.. i just can't remember at the time what color she died her hair to and what color was her cat. and i am just way to lazy to look it up in the book :Dlet it be as it is for now. i will most probably change it later
Lovely piece of work you are the vector Queen hehe many thanks for visiting my blog
oh thanx! i do know how to use transparencies and gradients, but i am trying to keep it simple in hopes for istocks (enjoying the compliment. thanx again!)
she is so cool and I really like the old vinyl records by her feet.
Thanx Amy, I wanted to give her more of a vintage look, she was appearing way too contemporary... but she still is timeless
Thanx for visiting! Let's be friends!