Saturday, January 16, 2010

new digital homework

This is my latest exercise in my Digital Manipulations and Memories class by DJ Pettit. I followed the exercise until I just got lost, so I did my own thing with it from there. I am pretty amazed how good it turned out, and how good I am getting at Photoshop. This one has about 10 layers, and took several hours to do -of course I should be getting faster from here on in. Only thing is my memory is short, so I have to re-learn so much each time I try to do something. Repetition, repetition, repetition....

Enjoy!

For more information on this project, feel free to email me!

8 comments:

Martys Fiber Musings said...

Wow,Sharon...this is great! I hope to get to that exercise today. I'll be sure to call you for help!

Martha Lever said...

This is beautiful!!!! I should be a poster or something!

silentwitness said...

Beautiful image, Sharon. It is inspiring that you are also pushing yourself to learn new processes. And your results are great!

Sharon said...

Thanks so much!

Cynthia said...

Well this is gorgeous...looks like you are learning a lot from DJ and putting all this to good use for your art. I have to take this class eventually :)

Peggy Montano & Paintings said...

I am trying to figure out Photoshop. I will keep up with your work.
I did an altered book some years ago and that was a very interesting project.

Sharon said...

Hi Peggy: You should check out DJ's class online. It has been a great experience, although a steep learning curve. I have also subscribed to the excellent video tutorials at www.lynda.com, where learning PS has been made easier, especially if you learn better by being shown, than by reading a book -the former is my best learning style.

Marilyn said...

Looking good, Sharon!!