Saturday, 31 August 2013

WISHES IN THE WIND


This digital image is from the NEW COLLECTION of Illustrative imagery from FITZTOWN CHALLENGE BLOG. i was asked if i would like to bring my spin on their illustrations for the launch as well as a Guest Designer Spot on the Blog. To say l was delighted is an understatement. The company responsible for all these new images is CRAFTS BY FITZTOWN [ART FIRE.COM].

i have enjoyed being able to bring my interpenetration to these wonderful images and in turn i hope that it might have inspired you to look at them and your computer in another way.

As you know im a BIG Advocate of Digital Imagery and the use of Design Programs that allow us craftier s to be creative and stay glue free!

i have been lucky enough to have been asked if l would like to stay with Fitztown Challenge Blog as a Guest Designer and provide one or two digitally produced craft projects for them. i was delighted to say yes as it gives me the opportunity to work with another company's illustration and bring my spin on what they are providing us crafter's.

If there are any questions you would like to ask about how i did this or that on this project then please send me a message and l will respond as soon as possible. PLEASE PLEASE don't feel that your question is going to be daft of silly. There could be a lot of fellow crafter's out there thinking the same thing but not able to ask. Trust me i have asked a lot of what i thought were DUMB questions in my time only to find they were not and i picked up some useful information.

Thank-you and please explore what your laptop or computer can do for you.


4 comments:

  1. Oh wow this is a true work of art. Love the movement in the design. Fitztown is fortunate to have your talent on board.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  2. Alan, Congrats on Fitztown~!! Did you print this on printed paper?
    Hope you are doing well.
    Vicky Briggs

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  3. Hi Vicky, This was a Digital paper i have in my collection and then using Photoshop i took another paper and made it look as if i had ripped it. This is all done in Adobe Photoshop CS5

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