I didn't get much time to myself yesterday between having the 2 year old and having two high school students over for Algebra tutoring, but I did spend some time last evening playing with Photoshop before retiring for the night. Here are the results:
I decided to play a bit more with brushes and chose the leaf brush that comes standard with Photoshop and adjusted the settings as to color and hue and used a gradient for the background. It is pretty basic as far as a picture goes, but it was fun and I thought you might like to see it.
Then I played a bit with stroking a path with a "stitching brush" to see what I could do. This may be my next tutorial. I was just going to stroke the path and show you that, but I couldn't help myself I kept playing until I got a "picture". I hope you like it.
And lastly, I played a bit with text on a path. I find that this doesn't work so well on really complicated outlines, but is great for more simple outlines. I really enjoyed this and if this is also something I should do a tutorial for, just let me know.
Well the SIL is arriving this afternoon for a several day stay, so I really must help the hubster clean the house and I am supposed to be working on a clipboard project for UHU and really should get to that today. My Algebra students are coming around dinner time, so don't know exactly when I am going to get some "art" time, but I will do my best.
I have participated in AEDM for 18 days in a row; I don't want to spoil that record now.
See you later!