|Tiny Tines Work in Progress|
|Trilobite: Four by Five|
In the spirit of cooks and their knives, carpenters their hammers, and gardeners and their tools, I find that Photoshop is my new favorite creative tool.
|Roller Coaster Work in Progress 1|
|Roller Coaster Work in Progress 2|
|O-T Glaze #1|
|O-T Glaze #2 (flipped)|
|O-T Glaze #3 (rotation 1)|
Ohio-Tennessee Glaze, the new nanoscape which I began on a Pass the Baton trip to University of Akron and Vanderbilt law schools, is finished in its life as a watercolor. It now presents a delicious Photoshop challenge: which way does it look best? Let me know what you think.
|O-T Glaze #4 (rotation 2)|
Admittedly, this is not a bad problem to have.
But between you and me and the mouse, O-T Glaze has not yet really begun its Photoshop journey. In these four images I simply (I can say that now) flipped and rotated the original without changing any of the colors. Options: color, no color, textures, posterizing, and much, much more...Can't wait.
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