Betty Billingham, FDPS, APSA, ARPS, AFIAP  


Trumpet Plants by Betty Billingham, FDPS, APSA, ARPS, AFIAP

August 2020 - Trumpet Plants

August 2020 - Betty Billingham, FDPS, APSA, ARPS, AFIAP

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August 2020 - Betty Billingham, FDPS, APSA, ARPS, AFIAP

Original 2

About the Image(s)

These items were just extracted using layer mask and put together. Is
she being eaten or coming out?


3 comments posted

Brad Becker   Brad Becker
Betty, I like this one. This plant reminds of the pitcher plants we have here in California. They are known as carnivorous plants so it suggests she is being eaten on this side of the pond. The cutie pies proportions seem slightly off (i.e. she seems a bit too big). I also might consider a subtle drop shadow to make her look a little more natural   Posted: 08/04/2020 22:27:25

Aavo Koort   Aavo Koort
Cute sharp girl except it looks like she does not have a right hand. Perhaps you could move the plant to cover that part of the image. Otherwise a beautiful image.   Posted: 08/06/2020 13:00:42

Alan Kaplan   Alan Kaplan
I echo what Brad and Aavo say about the composite. The idea of a cute little girl emerging from a plant is one worth revisiting.   Posted: 08/09/2020 15:02:38

 

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