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Time is on your side

March 4th, 2010 by admin | Posted in Competition Entries, Photoshop Magazine   No Comments »

Hi!  This month has started out busy in work.

And at home I decided to go for another competition.

In the Advanced Photo-shop magazine there is a competition to make a

T-shirt .  So I gave it a go and as usual have learnt a few more tricks in

Photo-shop during the process.

I gathered things that I thought would be trends in April, such as the weather,

Steam-punk Art, etc…

Then using the blue palette given by the competition I made my entry.

It’s not my usual style as it was completely freehand drawing as this was

the only way I could be sure I kept to the colour palette – but I was happy with

the result. And after I thought of a title for the T-shirt I decided last minute to place the

words on the T-shirt. One of those happy accidents Artists have all the time.

So let me know what you think or if you have any news or suggestions.

Oh and by the way – the model used for the T-shirt isn’t anyone I know and definately not me with those

hairy arms…..lol

-Tiana x

Drowning in work!

November 23rd, 2009 by admin | Posted in Competition Entries, Photoshop Magazine   1 Comment »

November has been a busy month for me so far in work. I have had a lot of images to

do for a new business website. On the bright side I have learned a lot more about

Photoshop in the process through my usual trial and error strategy.

I also learn a lot from the Photoshop Creative website.

Each month I try to enter their competition as it forces me to try out

new techniques.

Here is my latest entry called ‘Beneath the Water’, 

I have learned that it is best to change the colour of the person before

adding it to the background or else the background will also change colour

- so here I changed the person to blue then added it to the background.

Bubbles were made using the lightening and darkening tool.

Let me know what you think or post your tips for me.

-Tiana x