Saturday, January 28, 2012

Photoshop Fun and more



 I've been playing if Photoshop Elements this week and learned something new and very very fun. Here is what I did:





So, that's what I did.  I pulled two images into Photoshop Elements. Next, I dragged and dropped the pencils on top of the face.  Next, I used the layer menu and chose various layers and you see what happened.  
FUN!!!
All this fun was had during my "morning art" period and don't you know I had a reason for the fun.  


I was designing a DVD cover for my latest offering.  This is not a new lesson.  It is the DVD of my on line class Inktense Faces on Fabric.  After receiving a few request for the DVD, I decided to do it. 

2 hours of viewing
A printed supply list
and
A small print of one of the faces demonstrated
all as shown above. 
$39.00
includes shipping and handling

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I can't help but share with you some of my students Inktense Faces on Fabric projects.

 Student Showcase
for
Inktense Faces on Fabric
by Suze Rose of New Zeland
and Sam Johnson aka Gollywobbles

6 comments:

  1. Is there no end to your talent Sharon! Hugs
    ManonX

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  2. Very cool Sharon! Thanks for sharing. One of these days I will get around to learning the whole photo shop thing.
    Right now I need to learn how to work the new sewing machine I got in December.

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  3. Well you know I love Photoshop, I don't have it I have an old program Print shop. And you know how much fun it is now to do this layering and see things take on this different look. Your work looks super.

    Yes Ihave paintings now that are old to show but I haven't yet, you know like behind the hotwater heater, sort of like at the office only that is the watercooler.

    Enjoy every moment of this evening and tomorrow.

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  4. You make me want to play with Photo Shop... but the learning curve, oh my, the learning curve.

    Darla

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  5. Photoshop is so cool! What a shocker seeing my painted lady on your site! Hee hee....but I have big grin on my face as I recover.....so sweet! Love this lesson by the way....and love the idea of a DVD too. Warmly, Sam

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