Friday, June 22, 2012

Digi-ing!




It's a digi world and did a quick stop at the library to see what else I might benefit from with some more digi understanding! LOL



Another quick page and I thought it went better than the first even with 2 photos but I didn't do anything too tricky.  I did use a star sprinkle brush.  VERY  COOL!

On to lesson three.  pant pant




I don't think this is right nor finished.



COFFEE BREAK
Actually, I was just checking if I could find my way back to my beginner beginnings!  lol


5 comments:

Margaret Applin said...

Awesome job!!! You definitely have a knack for the digi!!!!

Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

star sprinkle brush? Girl - you have me panting after you. You are... simply 'sprinkle magic amazing' beginnings!

Createology said...

Gellie Ellie I do believe you have the digi lessons well in hand/mouse! Star Sprinkle Brush? Now that could be fun adding a little glitter to the world. Wonderful weekend my dear...

sandee said...

Well I don't know much about digital but I am loving the seside picture, I think it looks awesome with it's distressed edges! Cute coffee cup too! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I signed up for this free program and tried to download the photo. I spent most of the afternoon yesterday, time I actually didn't have, trying to get that silly photo she had us download, into PS. I could get it into the Windows program that came with my computer, but it would not allow me to move it into PS. Then when I gave up and tried to just watch the videos, I kept getting told the link had expired. Since this was my first attempt at a site where you normally pay, I thought it was very inconvenient. I must have logged in six times just to see ONE video.

One thing I learned, though. For the most part, the PS I bought way back in 2000 and paid a small fortune for, has basically the same functions as the ones she covered in the beginning. From her screen captures, I could tell the tools were in the same place, but were more condensed in my older version. So that made me feel like I still had a valid piece of software.