Friday, 30 October 2009

Fantasy Friday BLD No. 32






































52 comments:

The Things We Carried said...

Very spooky post!

Snowbrush said...

Boy, you don't fool around getting your day-related posts in on time. If I've got your time zone figured out, you posted this at 12:30. I always look forward to your graphics.

Elizabeth said...

Dear Renee -- how is your sister these days?

pinkglitterfae said...

Happy Halloween dear Renee!
love that 3rd pic, I wish I could do watercolor like that!
oh, and I won't make a joke about the second pic (is that the pope?).
blessings,
betty

Meghann LittleStudio said...

Wow! What a neat door!
And uhm, yeah, not to insult the pope, but every time I see him, he looks more and more odd...The Colbert Report showed a photo of him, and, well, he looked possessed. Get that man some double sided tape and under eye concealer!
Have a great weekend my dear,
Meg

secret agent woman said...

I just love that door, photo, and the way they've got it decorated for Halloween.

And is it just me, or does the Pope look a little crazY?

madtexter said...

It's far too early in the morning for me to snicker like this. Those pictures are priceless. And how did you get the pix of my front door. You know it looks like that ALL year round. (My cleaning lady is terrible - I think she's a bad witch. After she cleans, I always find bags of garlic and packets of 'eye of newt' all over the place.)

The Gypsy said...

These are great .. the pope/priest photo is so funny!

Hope you're well.
Hugs

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Three scary things today! Srsly, love that door and spiderweb window!

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

Happy Halloween sweet friend!!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend filled with LOTS of treats and maybe just a few 'fun' tricks :)
Love, Darla

yoborobo said...

I love all three of these images. I want that door, first of all. And most likely the house that goes with it. I think the second is borderline scary - something about the expression and his hands. :) And the third is just plain old fun. Happy Halloween to you my friend! Much love - xoxox Pam

pinkglitterfae said...

Renee, I'm taking over your blog comment section, haha!
you should consider one of Kelly's art journaling classes- you don't have to be an artist at all to do it, it is step-by-step and the journaling part is relaxing.
Plus, no pressure, you download the material and work at your own pace.
ok no more from me today, lol!
betty

Michael Rivers said...

Love the photo of that door! So artistic!

Marion said...

OMG, the Pope-ghost scared me so bad I peed in my pants. How could you put something so SCARY on your blog??!!! LMAO! God, Renee, you are just too much. My husband thinks I've lost my mind sitting here all by myself laughing so hard. You ROCK! Trick or Treat!!!! Love & Blessings!

Angela Recada said...

And a Happy Halloween to you, too, my pretty!

Hugs and love,
xoxoxo
Angela

Jasmine said...

The door is amazing. Reminds me of Lord of the Rings.

Annie said...

That second one is very scary :-).
Love and kisses and many millions of hugs. xoxo

yoborobo said...

It would definitely do just that.
Bwa hahahahahaha!!! xoxox Pam

Deborah said...

Love the door! Good grief, the Pope is scarey!!! HA! Good one, Renee. Only you would come up with that. All my love to you and Jacquie. **kisskiss** Deb

kj said...

meghann has it right: the pope looks possessed! now there's a halloween costume to emulate!

about dinner: what's with carrying the bed and who's in it? are you trying to scare me that i'll be kidnapped in my sleep by stick-y people?

about the door: clever. i wish i had time to decorate for halloween. all we have is a lit witch who changes color. we sent mr. ryan a flashlight that has interchangable spooky pictures that will show up on the walls and ceilings and floors when he has it on.

this reminds of a a cute story. i can't say why, but here it is: years back when my nephew was in first grade, he went to his school party as queen elizabeth. that was an early indication that he would be his own woman...

i love you to the moon and back, ms. renee.

Linda Sue said...

OOOOOHHHH the pope really does look like he eats children...I would love to live behind that fabulous door! Awesome, it would be- and you would live there with me and we would scare small things with ...antics and devices...woooooohhhh!

shelly said...

love the door on b and totally what my nightmares are made off on d.

Lori ann said...

Happy Halloween! what a beautiful door!

Kelly Lish said...

Love the door, would love to see what it's connected to. Looks like the Pope is blessing the pumpkin head! hahaha! and the last one is very cool-ilove how skinny the witch's middle is-fun pics Renee!
Hope you have a fun Halloween weekend!

xo

Caio Fernandes said...

i loved these pictures !!!! have a great weekend renee !

sinnlighet said...

Woooooow

Peace & love from Agneta i Sweden =)

Harlem's A Hatin said...

Awesome post, love the picts!

http://harlemshaterade.blogspot.com

lakeviewer said...

Ah, let the merryment begin! Happy Halloween.

Marie S said...

I want that front door and what I imagine in my brain the house is that goes with it.
love and hugs my pretty.

PBsArtStudio said...

Hi Renee, thanks for your nice comments! I really love these pics, especially the first one of the door, I love doors, they kind of tell a story! I Love your Blog and your strength and your positiveness. :D Patti

Doris Sturm said...

Happy Halloween...I'm having a Trick or Treat Giveaway and everyone's invited :-)

eeeeehe he he cackle, cackle ...shreeeeeeeek, screech...

staceyjwarner said...

Love the spooky little door...and the Halloween parade. Not sure what to make of the Pope...LOL!

Leenie said...

Is that last watercolor of your making?! I REALLY like it. Whimsical illustration of a Halloween nightmare with super effects in the clouds and the hazy light.

Marie S said...

I am soooooo glad. It is so hard to find words when the pain is that deep!!
Love and hugs,
My lovely.

studio lolo said...

Oh shoot, no deep thoughts coming from me for these pics.

I adore the door without the web.

I do find the Pope scary...sorry. No offense intended.

I love the bottom illo but I'm not a fan of halloween.

Hey, aren't you glad I stopped by?? Goodness and light!!

love you,
xoxo
Lolo

Dede said...

Wow what a great door! I would love to see what is on the other side of it. Have a fun Halloween Renee!

(((HUGS)))

zoe said...

awesome images! i love it :) thanks, i really look forward to your fantasy fridays...

Sarah said...

I don't want to go in the spider web house,or meet the frightening nun. The last parade of death and his friends looks quite alright.
I love your story of the moth and flying around the yard with your Grand daughter.
xx

Poetic Artist said...

I like the door. Sorry I have not stopped by in awhile.

kj said...

BOOOOOOOOO!

BOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOO!

BOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOO HOOOOOO!

I LOVE YOOOOOOU!

(that kj is so damn clever)
(really? what about this says that?)
(well, she think's she's clever)
(this is true......)

:)

Barbara said...

Oh, the Pope Picture!!! So funny! Love these! And the spider webbed window...I'm so bad, this year, I did not even drag my H. Decorations out. I know. Terrible. I'm living vicariously through the blogs. Have a happy Halloween, Renee! xoxo B

Diana Evans said...

Hi Renee...you always leave me speechless with these finds...

Wishing you a wonderful weekend...and Happy Halloween!!!

Hugs
Diana

Bella Sinclair said...

DINNER! Oh, gimme a big giant plate of that with an extra scoop! That is wonderful!

Jaliya said...

Wicked, *wicked* combo! ;-D

Where in the world is that marvelous door?

xoxo

rochambeau said...

Happy Halloween.
Love YOU!
Constance

LDWatkins said...

Happy Halloween! Have a lovely weekend. I like thinking about you flying around and playing with your granddaughter.

secret agent woman said...

Ribbitting now!

(As a kid, my transitional object was a stuffed frog instead of a teddy bear.)

Sue said...

Love, love the door!! The pope? hmmm, not this pic - he looks possessed (and not by the Holy Spirit). The parade of spooky creatures in the last pic is wonderful and I know just how that child feels. I had many nights like this when I was little - all nightmares, literally!

Hugs to you!

Silke said...

I love this post, especially the last illustration. So creepy and spooky and still whimsical... Sending you all lots of love! Silke

Daria said...

That last one if very spooky ...

In the past, I would never have looked at and/or enjoyed this type of artwork but it's kinda growing on me now ... thanks to you.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

I just tripped down the page. You have a wonderful, thoughtful, blog. -Jayne

Sarah said...

LMAO Renee...the first window..freaking amazing!! I love it..but you knew I would. The last painting - wonderful another one I adore of course!!!
The middle one OMG hon you just crack me up.. he reminds me of the evil Emperor from Star Wars..giggle snort..I love you! Hugs, Sarah