The black, white and red part is for this week's challenge at
Thanks go to Beth Rimmer, Holliewood Studios, Bleuesse,
and Hidden Vintage Studios.
NOW, for the
DIGITAL PIRACY part.
Some smarmzy person name JanRogers
stole my good friend IndyBen's digital artpiece
and posted it under her (his?) own name.
That is SO IGNORANT.
However, what goes around comes around.
Did I spell Smarmzy right?
Thanks for your visit, I really appreciate it!
Your piece is stunning my friend!Now about the piracy, I had an episode like that last year. A girl from a well known site stole almost all my poems from a poetry site where I always post my pieces.The moderators intervened and everything was clarified. I hope Bev can solve this problem.It is good to know what the lady in question did.Thanks for sharing such a valuable information.ReplyDelete
What an interesting presentation for this color theme. Wonderfully created. TFS.ReplyDelete
You are so creative, I love this. The theme reminds me of that old, old childhood riddle. What's black and white and red all over?ReplyDelete
Do you remember this riddle?
A newspaper :)
Thanks for sharing your marvelous talent with us.
Your blogging sister, Connie :)
I love your piece this week! xxReplyDelete
This is SO creative, and it made me smile as well.ReplyDelete
About the piracy, given Google's free-wheeling manner of handling art pieces we post, the lady in question may not even know it's credited to her blog. I had mentioned the piece was inspired by the work of Slava Fokk, and Google seems to pick up on any artist's name mentioned in description and post the piece with the artists Google images! Grrr Leaves us in a bad spot of wanting to pay credit where credit is due and knowing our art will be mishandled. Thanks for your sympathy!
What a cool piece! Love the color theme!ReplyDelete
People...*snort*...and they wonder why I'm so cynical. lol.
You can surprise by your wonderful art works. This so fun and at same time so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Very clever, effective, and says what it says - or does it? I see the burglar walks backwards unless the girl has very large feet.ReplyDelete
Light hearted and full of fun, Electra, it makes me want to smile. Applause from my corner.ReplyDelete
Exquisite scenery, love your creative imagination, dear Electra.ReplyDelete
A timely dummy spit on the subject of digital privacy. (Here in Australia we call pacifiers "dummies" and a dummy spit is what it is - an angry reaction. Google Images is being infiltrated by all sorts of bogus material and it isn't the great research tool that it used to be.ReplyDelete
Having said all that, I love your black, red and white piece!! Gorgeous colours AND a great sense of humour. What more could we ask for.
Sober, pure and smart work my friend!ReplyDelete
(Give us the link of this JanRogers, we'll tell him what we think!)
I love your black/white/red picture. You are always so inventive and creative with a whimsical touch of humour to set it all off that makes it such fun to look at and think about.ReplyDelete
What strange people there are in the world and blogland. Mind you, many years ago I had some material I had submitted to a major publisher taken and used in another book on the same technical subject. When I met the publisher at an event I brought it up with him. He just said "What are you going to do? Sue me?", knowing jolly well it would be no contest with an international publisher.
As you say, what goes around comes around, and they went out of business quite a few years ago.
I hope your friend can get it sorted out.