I wanted to experiment with a few free programs to see if I could get something beautiful. so I used Gimp, equivalent of Photoshop but free, Picsketch and Photofunia, both free too. The two ladies are pictures I took from the internet, so I don’t have the credits for them. I just played with the two pictures.
this collage is about sickness and medicine. when you’re sick you can’t look at the world the same way you do when you’re healthy…
Sometimes a sickness can be a mask too… people only see your sickness and forget who you really are – a person with a personality and not only a sickness.
I made this drawing a time ago, but I took it out of my art map, changed the green leaves to blue and thought it was better than the previous and original work…
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.
this lady is a mixed media collage. I used different materials to create this portrait. I loved using wrinkled tissue to make her dress. her silhouet is made with thick paper I cut. her hair is from a magazine (it was actually a picture from a piece of fabric) and her cristal earring was a picture in a magazine from a icecube 🙂
isn’t she posh and royal?
Dear Followers and Visitors of Sasa & Sisa,
This post is to announce that I made a second blog with stories and poems. The blog is written in Dutch and occasionally you can find there poems written in French too.
on Scribischrijfsels you can find, animal stories, stories happening every day, fiction, poems, etc. Just have a look, read and enjoy. 🙂
ps: I changed the look of Sasa en Sisa because I found out there was a problem with the previous blogstyle. you couldn’t scroll through everything, the blog was misbehaving, jumping back and forth, so this lay-out should be better: visitor-friendlier 😉
this is a photomontage I made with various programs. the cute little girl on the picture is my niece Esther-Lea, I love this girl! she loves dressing up like I loved (and still love!). so I made this dress for her using fabric and rubber bands to attach the fabric to each other and to make curls and fancy fabric flowers. then she got scarves for a crown and a belt. The little rabbit is our rabbit, a furry rascal called Popom. The style of rabbit who thinks she can fly. I added her on the picture because a forest princess needs an animal next to her and because my niece loves Popom. Then I used a picture for the background from a beautiful place in Belgium called the ‘Kalmthoutse Heide’ and then I added another background to make this strange sky.
Well that’s it. do you like it?
Made this Belle Epoque costume. Sewed the skirt and bustle. And I made the hat… The handbag is an old old handbag from the Belle Epoque. A handbag I got from an old neighbour of ours long time ago. What do you think of this outfit? I enjoyed wearing it and feeling a real lady of another century ❤
I used an old straw hat to make this new chique hat, a metamorphose isn’t it? 😉