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This is wonderful - I love the sheen on the shoes and the touch of reflected colour from the fabric.
Fabulous Robin! The shadows and the gleam on the shoes. The red is just enough to bring the view in and look around more. Those heels make me totter just to think of them. I must be getting old. :)
the entire mood of this one has changed since you added more color. those shoes make my feet hurt just looking at them! lol
Felicity - yes the material on these shoes is beautiful. Kind of a pewter color. It is interesting that I did not do any reflected color into the shoes, and yet it feels like it. Not sure how that happened.
Jeanette - thank you, much appreciated. There was something about these shoes that called for a vivid red. I have to admit that these heels are not mine. They are Rebecca's who is rather petite, and use to balancing hours on thin metal blades.
Yes it did change quite a bit Billie. I didn't add that much more, but one stroke speaks volumns in this method.Luckily I don't have to wear them either.
Robin, I just re-read my comment and it sounded critical. It wasn't meant to be at all. I like the update. It simply has a different 'feel' to it after the changes.
I admit that with this method that just a couple of strokes can change a piece quickly. My idea was to bring in the red. That was important to me, and I didn't feel I had captured the shine or the form yet in the first view.Thanks for taking the time to comment though Billie. I appreciate your opinions.
Fabulous shoes...I WOULD wear them, send them to me when you're done! LOL!
Anita - Merci much appreciated.Sorry, they need to stay in my daughters closet. She feels like a princess in these, and being on the petite side they make her look gorgeous. She might loaner program though.
This is beautiful and imaginative. Love it!
Thank you Jo. Isn't art grand?
Can't beat ladies' shoes for anything...I think I got the story already, but care to offer some scintillating tidbits?
I don't believe a "lady" tells the true story.
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