Friday, May 14, 2010

Theme 57: Ladybug Luck

How you choose to interpret the theme is completely up to you. It simply needs to be tasteful – no pornography or messages of hate here. When you sit down to create, you cannot think about how people will or will not receive your work. You are required to simply enjoy the act of creating.




This week we will try to capture the magic and "luck" idea behind these tiny wonders. The only requirement is that you have to use red and black in some way within your piece.



Important Guidelines


The work submitted must be something you have created and/or worked on between the time the theme was revealed and the Thursday unveiling. Please submit your response to Natasha@creativenachos.com no later than end of day Wednesday, May 19th if you would like it to be posted on Thursday, May 20th. OR send me a link to your response to include in the comments section of the post.




With your response please include:

1. Your name - either first name, shop name or both.

2. The name of your piece (if you choose to give it one) and theme it was created for

3. Something you'd like to share (process of creation, idea behind piece) if you'd like to share anything. Please limit this to 2-3 sentences

4. The shop and/or blog links you'd like to include

5. Two photos of your piece or of each of the pieces (3x5 or 4x6 and 72dpi or a max of 96dpi - if you need any help with that please don't worry I'd be happy to help!)


Most importantly, play with red, black and whatever else inspires you!

4 comments:

Burning Moon said...

Great blog post lady bugs are amazing,I thought it was great because I just crated some red & black items the other day.

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Erica Lea said...

Hmmm... just used a ladybug photo I took recently for my blog post today, but I'm not sure if that counts (it's about holding on and not quitting, and I felt that's the message the ladybug represented as I watched and photographed her). I believe in ladybug luck, and look forward to seeing the creativity that emerges from this concept:-)

Natasha said...

Burning Moon - thanks for stopping by and leaving a note. Great blog :)

Erica Lea - great to see you! I will be heading over to your blog to check out the post - I love the message you got from the ladybug!! I can't wait to read about it. I'm excited to see what people create as well its always so unexpected and wonderful!! Off to visit yours now ;)

lisianblue said...

Ladybug, ladybug
where have been?

oh wait - it's not time to submit yet is it!? hehehehe
One of my favorite little creatures - this one will be fun!