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All the wonderful stockI wish for more time to use all the wonderful
stock that I fave!!!
Every time I see some great stock and I imagine what can be done
with it!! But I will have to stop working and caring for
my family if I want to use it.
I will even have to stop sleeping!
Let me share with you some of the stock I've faved.
Today I'll be sharing neat photo's for backgrounds
I am sure you will find a few of these to fave and use!!
I've got millions more so I'll have to share some more at another time!!
Have a super weekend!!!
Stock Radar #11
Zar 3 by Chance-STOCK
Rhineland Castle stock 01 by Castlemoor-stock
Marelune, Romane et le chien by stock-foto-graf-hi
Free Fractal Stock Reflecting Scales (PNG) by Hexe78 Step 3. Cell Shading Tutorial by SarahScala
Jellyfish by The-Bardess
Coloured Cob 7. by xrockinrobynstock
Stock - Fairy tale Fantasy Snow white roses 2 by S-T-A-R-gazer
snow fairy by jl-modelstock -------------- by 13-Melissa-Salvatore
DSC 0195 01 Barn Owl by wintersmagicstock
If I could DD: Stock and ResourcesWasn't sure I'd still make in time. But here we go:
2014-06-29 Hair Today 005 by skydancer-stock No Fear by TwilitesMuse
s DSC2902 by VXLPhotography Steampunk Mechanic Pack 10 by mizzd-stock Rainy-Day by SandraVogel
Pre-cut Danbo Sixpack 2 by BFstock Antique Books 1 by DamselStock
Memento Mori by kuschelirmel-stock
Artists That Inspire Me 23Below are the artists whose work has inspired me since my last journal entry. The selections made by no means cover everyone that deserves to be here. In time many many more will follow, as with each passing week I discover so many more talented creative people on here, that one journal entry could never do them all justice. So many of you out there are producing work that leaves me in awe, and it would be unfair of me not to acknowledge the creators of work that has caught my eye and imagination.
I would encourage you all to visit the pages of these fine artists, there is much to learn and so much to be in awe of. Thank you so much for taking the time to look at this journal, I hope you gain some inspiration not from the journal, but from the works contained within it.
The Unseen Stock - May
orange tulips by DemonsChain-Stock dead tree trunk with ivy by Nexu4
Waterfalls by PirateLotus-Stock Underwater 1 by mrscats Ocean Splash by kayosa-stock
Underwater 4 by EveLivesey
Northern Lights XIII by dani221 STOCK Rap by Inilein Makena Beach 011 by mspeike
Mountains and Calm Water by KaiyaStock Sunset 4 by touik The Woods Stock 962 by new-horizon-stock
Spring Forest by Jantiff-Stocks
Watchers feature vol. 12 I want to thank all who watching and following my art
You give me reason and inspiration to make new art and try to be a better artist
I have chosen one art work from each active watcher that I haven´t faved (seen) before
Challenge - Week 6Challenge : Fantasy Stock
:iconwdwparksgal: suggested by WDWParksGal / WDWParksGal-Stock
I hope everyone has had a fantastic and safe holiday weekend. Full of fireworks and cookouts. I know WDWParksGal has had a spectacular time, she has been posting lots of fantastic fireworks stocks. So, if you still wanted in on the 4th of July #CSSChallenge, then head over to her galleries. (The stock account will have more WDWParksGal-Stock)
(not all images here are stock)
This week's challenge is a fun one. Hit up all your favorite fantasy stock artists for castles, faeries, mythological creatures and whatever you fancy. Premade bgs can be made into beautiful journal skin designs, besides compositing your own journal banners, footers and bgs
Photomanipulation-focus...Dear Watchers and Friends !!
Today I would like to focus on Photomanipulation and the stock that belongs to it. This especially to honour our stock-providers and hopefully inspire you to see alternative things in images or even look at things in real life differently from time to time...
I got the idea from Aeirmid, one of our Photomanip-CVs, who wrote an article for projecteducate about photomanipulation.
I will feature the article at the bottom of the journal - so if you liked the feature, feel free to go ahead and learn more about photomanipulation