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Saturday, July 11, 2009

"Most Haunted Houses"

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This week’s Art On The Darkside challenge was “Most Haunted Houses.” I discovered this challenge last week, thanks to Chris (WildGoose), so this is my first entry for it. I made the atmosphere around my haunted house spooky with some fog and ominous clouds. Most of the images were googled.

10 comments:

June said...

Ohh this is fabulous. Brilliant work my friend and i am soooo glad you found art on the darkside. I look forward to even more. I love the iron fence and the atmosphere you created
Hugs June

Sharon said...

Hi Anne,
Sharon here. Thanks so much for visiting my blog.

I'm embarrassed to say I don't know how to leave my email on my blog!

contact me at sgorberg@yahoo.com
Nice to meet you!

Ozstuff said...

This is amazing, Anne. Your digital artwork is developing at a furious and brilliant pace!! I love your haunted house and I agree with June that the iron fence completes the picture perfectly.

Meikoningin said...

Gorgeous ! I can not get over people being able to glue bits together in the virtual world, i have enough trouble with my real glue pot, hahaha. It looks stunning :)

And about Mister Saint-Martin, i think he secretly had befriended the ghosts, and who would want to get rid of their friends ? :D

indybev said...

Delightfully spooky!

Mary said...

Ooh, I really like this! Hauntingly delightful!

Kris Dickinson said...

OOOOOOOOOOoooooooooo sppoooky! LOVE it!

murphangel said...

I came here to comment on your red flowers for TGIF and really enjoyed your whole blog. Your haunted house is a great piece of digital art!

WildGoose said...

That little glowing skull in the foreground is a great touch...and like the orangey kind of there-be-danger-here look of it!

Tacey said...

What a wonderful piece of art you created, Anne. I really like it!

I want to thank you for visiting my blog and your comments..I really do appreciate it. I haven't been around much at all this summer as I'm taking some photography lessons and it seems to take up a lot of my time. :-) I hope to be back to doing challenges this fall when lessons are done. You're doing beautiful work!!