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This blog is written and maintained by Miss Cuddlywumps, a fluffy-tailed calico cat who is both classically educated and familiar with mysteries. She receives creative input from the Real Cats and clerical assistance from She of Little Talent (old SoLT, a.k.a. Roby Sweet). Comments or complaints should be addressed to Miss C rather than to old SoLt (Ms. Sweet). Ms. Sweet accepts no responsibility for Miss C's opinions.

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Caturday Art: Find the Kitty!

We are sharing our Caturday Art today, even though the blog hop unfortunately had to be cancelled this week. If you haven't already, we hope you'll send a message of cheer and best wishes to Athena and her person, Marie.

In today's first artwork, we have accidentally created a challenge for you. There is a (highly stylized) cat in this picture. Can you find him--without scrolling down to see the original? (If you need a hint: It's not a little tiny kitty cat hidden amongst the swirly bits, so don't go looking for your magnifying glass. Just look for something that resembles a face.)

Real Cat Webster with Jeweled Bird effect

Did you find him? We didn't think it was too hard, though you do have to use your imagination. Here's a different artified version of the same picture. It's Real Cat Webster, sitting in a pet bed. He looks sort of glowy in this one:

Real Cat Webster with Irises Effect

Both of these pictures were created in Dreamscope. The top one is the Jeweled Bird effect, and the bottom one is the Irises effect.

 Here's the original:

Real Cat Webster in brown cat bed



10 comments:

  1. The jewelled bird effect looks like some of the bird-feather capes the kings wore in some ancient Meso-American civilizations, with Webster as the Jaguar-God !

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  2. Yep! I found him. As soon as I saw the art, I said that looks like a face in the middle.

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  3. That was very cool. I had to look at the photo under it to find the kitty.

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  4. I found it. That is a really cool image. It looks like some indigenous art. Really cool.
    Yael from PlayingInCatnip.com

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  5. Fun! Staring at all those swirlies made me kind of dizzy though - LOL!

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  6. Thank you so much for your thoughts and best wishes.

    Slowly returning to blogging now as I feel a bit better.

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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