This week all three cats get in on the art:
Original: A photo from Frodo’s last blog.
After using LunaPic landscape theme.
Zulu’s original from Wordless Wednesday.
Zulu after using LunaPic Beauty theme (Zulu’s favorite theme)
The original from Amarula in stealth mode on Wordless Wednesday.
Amarula using LunaPic in Fairy.
We are joining Athena’s Caturday Art blog hop!
19 thoughts on “Caturday Art: An Outdoor Trio of Art”
What beautiful pictures !!!! I really enjoyed these effects !!!
Have a great weekend friends !!!!
A meow of Bilbo
Love the edits and I love that tail.
Have a fabulous day. ☺
Lovely art from all three of you.
Wow! That’s so cool!
Have a happy Halloween…
Noodle and crew
Beautiful art ! Purrs
Very cool! We loved how these turned out.
We really like the art today.
It is pawsome !!
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ
Those all turned out fantastic!
Those are all great, I especially like the landscape theme.
Beautiful art of all three of you. You are all so special in your own way. Frodo – your antics and most original furs make you very lovable looking. Amarillo, your total calico/tortoiseshell coat makes you mysterious and very romantic looking. And Zulu – we have never met a cat with such sleek lines and gorgeous dark brown coat. We don’t even know what breed you are – a Siam even se or Burmese relative? You are so beautiful and shiny we just love you to pieces. You are all 3 model runway cats extraordinaire! All cats arebspecial but you three have that extra something. Love ya, Patzy
Y’all look coolio!
Your artwork is particularly GORGEOUS today, I LOVE them all but I think the last one is my favorite.
Three art masterpieces.
Pawsome artworks! I love them all! Especially Zulu with lot of pink tones – gorgeous!
Oh wow guys, they turned out absolutely amazing! Love those effects!
Big Sunday Purrs
Basil & Co xox
We so enjoyed your artwork(s). Thanx for sharing how you did it! Luv, P and P
Beautiful photos and effects!
Dat’s some great art. You all look gawjus. Big hugs
Dezi and Raena
Those pictures are all gorgeous. I particularly like the one of Amarula