Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The Three Muses Challenge - Doorways


Some elements from Holliewood's kit "Broken" and Finecrafted Design's "What Ails You."

14 comments:

  1. I hope everyone enlarges this to see it at its best - it's wonderful!

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  2. I hope this isn't your den, Bill! Looks as if someone's been spending a LOT of time in that chair---and that darkened doorway looks intimidating. Interesting addition to our collection of doorways this week. Thanks for playing along!

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  3. Interesting piece, Bill! I was looking at the "Broken" kit and contemplating buying it, but haven't yet. It has some unusual images that might come in handy.

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  4. Oh I think I would head for the door for sure!- what a powerful statement this makes Bill- I'm glad you are on the outside looking in. Great use of the new imagery!

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  5. Very intriguing and thought-provoking (and manly too).

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  6. Great images and love the quote. so true.

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  7. Love this, Bill! I want that colour on my walls and ceiling :)

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  8. You 'do it' well, Bill, this is fabulous when enlarged against the black background, great piece!

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  9. A great take on the doorways theme Bill. Love the technicolour walls etc. but don't fancy the mice.xx

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  10. If it's a mouse, I could possibly go through that door but not if it's a rat...
    Love your take on the theme and the words were very fitting!

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  11. Who you got locked up behind that door, Mr Bill? MUST be enlarged there is soooo much to see. A standing ovation from my corner.

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  12. If craziness makes you that creative and colourful, well, then I see something good in it. And there's still the exit ... somehow I imagine lush nature behind it to ease your mind : )

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  13. Wonderful use of elements! I loved the Broken kit when I saw it. I LOVE what you've done with the challenge!

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  14. What a room - it certainly seems that somenone has lived there feeling at home! Great piece, Bill!

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