Collage, layer and blurring with Photoshop CS 4
© by Marlies Odehnal
inspired by colors


  • Josh Bowe
    Josh Boweover 3 years ago

    I really like the playing with the primaries here Marlies, kind of reminds me of Matisse

  • Thank you so much, Josh, I like playing with colors, shapes and forms.

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • Sometimes are the simple things the best

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • heinrich
    heinrichover 3 years ago

    sehr fein!

  • Danke, Heinrich. Obwohl ich seit 10 Jahren mit Photoshop arbeite, entdecke ich fast täglich etwas Neues. Ich habe bis vor einer Woche noch nie digitale Stillleben gemacht. Jetzt bin ich ganz begeistert. Was macht dein Bein?

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • Peter Maeck
    Peter Maeckover 3 years ago

    the kinetic primary colorfulness of the bottles + wastebasket strain the limits of “stillness” in “still life,” creating a fascinating, galvanizing tension of latent action vs. present non-action.

  • I found out the kinetic coloring of the bottles by accident. It was a so-called aha-experience. So the bottles have an aura. I’m trying to bring things to life. You know the French meaning is “nature morte”. I appreciate your comments, Peter

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • Zefira
    Zefiraover 3 years ago

    simply great

  • Thank you very much!

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • Peter Maeck
    Peter Maeckover 3 years ago

    in your versions it is always “nature bien vivante.”

  • That’s exactly right!

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • It’s 2 o’clock a.m., time for sleeping. Good night, Peter

    – Marlies Odehnal

  • Christine Lake
    Christine Lakeabout 2 years ago


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