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December 30, 2009

It’s winter break, and I decided to download a trial of Photoshop CS4.

It’s bloody amazing and I don’t know how I lived without it.

I’ve made a few things, but mostly have been playing around with all the shiny new features and tools.  Today, I decided to make a new wallpaper for my phone.  I wanted to keep it simple but still make it appealing to the eye.  After messing with brushes and some very bright colors, I produced this:

FRACTAL in cyan

Which was followed by this:

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MOMI MOMI!

October 6, 2009

A nice song to get y’all started here, courtesy of Japan, producing 78% of the world’s weird shit since 1952.

(笑)  I love Japan so much. ^_^

Anyways, moving on.

I’m over a month late, but I’m still amazed by TCM’s Summer Under the Stars posters for this year. These posters are some of the best graphic work I’ve ever seen. Even the ones that I don’t really care for — Beat the Devil, The Conversation, and The Magnificent Seven, methinks — are well done. I know I cannot make anything like them. Personal picks below the cut.

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Not totally happy with the turnout of this one. Not happy at all with the turnout of this one. The only thing I like is the colors. >_<

But I wanted to do something vector pop art, and I wanted to do something with my latest ship – Jimmy and Ginger! Aren’t they just adorable? Here’s a pic…

Oh the little cutie pies! I wuf my widdle snookie wookums! Who’s the cutest, sweetest, fluffiest (lolwut?) couple? Jimmy and Ginger are, my widdle pumpkin pies! Yesh, the best actor and actress of 1940 are the cutest!

:3

*ahem*

But you’ve got to love her face in that second pic.

Yes.

^______^

I have to see “Vivacious Lady.” Soon!

Brush credit: Illyera on DeviantArt.

Let’s Peace!

July 23, 2008

The picture in this one uses that oh-so-famous photo of the man kissing the woman at the end of World War II. I’m very pleased with the turnout of this one…the way the colors seem to flow out of the couple’s own little world, and the way the burst of white light surrounds them.

Don’t turn around…

July 23, 2008

Oh. Why hello there, sudden activity!

From now on when I post something, I’ll try to take a minute and do a bit of commentary on the work…what insipred me, things that I did differently, etc.

So for today’s piece, I used a black-and-white Vogue scan featuring Audrey Hepburn, likely from 195-something. I challenged myself in this one, trying to keep it entirely black-and-white yet still make the picture eye-catching. I wound up using mostly brushes. While she looks angry in the scan, Audrey keeps her elegance…so that’s another thing I tried to do: give the picture dark emotions, but keep it classy.

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