Here I took a small part of two paintings and spent a few hours with a photo-editor.
There was no complicated editing or digital repainting involved, just playing with filters, colour changes, a bit of resizing and adding a frame, the sort of thing possible with one of the basic free photo-editors.
The original fishy painting
and the edited version.
The original roses painting
and the edited version
Of course, then there is no original painting to hang on the wall, but there are so many other ways to use an (original) digital painting, such as making cards or a little notebook.
I never seem to have enough cards and I can always use little notebooks, either for myself or to give as gifts.
What do you think about using photo-editing to make new art? Have you tried it? Or are you a purely traditional painter?
and linking the book cover to
"Moo-Mania", theme "Hearts".