Using various photo shop tools, text provided by our teacher, and a high resolution photo from NASA, I created this book cover. Click on the image below to get an idea of how “high resolution” this image is!
By visiting NASA online, you can simply sign up to receive high resolution photos at regular intervals! With a few photoshop adjustments, the effects are stunning! Here is the original image:
I have written about my friend Sigma in the past, and I think she is absolutely amazing! She puts her heart and soul into her DIY projects, and I love visiting her place to see what she’s working on! If you like reading my blog, you would be AMAZED by Sarica’s amazing sewing projects, beadwork, and home-depot DIY’s. What are you waiting for? Visit her blog, and enter the world of my super awesome creative parter in crime, Sarica!
This table design includes the apple from yesterday’s post, as well as a banana, candle, and ‘goblet’. This was our second 3-Dimensional project on Adobe Illustrator
In Adobe Illustrator, we have learnt about patterning, textures, and more excitingly, 3D objects! As an initial exercise, we had to draw an apple. Of all Design programs I have dabbled in, Illustrator is my absolute favourite. I have always been interested in drawing and painting, so it is exciting to be able to translate that into a vector image. I will soon upload a composition including a table, a vase, and the apple.
Joy, celebrations, devotion & family go beyond religion. After all, “there is ‘Ali’ in Diwali, and ‘Ram’ in Ramadan”. I wish all of you a fantastic day & year, filled with family & friends :)
In our introductory photoshop course, we have really delved into advanced photo edits. These specific photos were from raw images from an SLR camera. These are definitely ‘over’ edited, but I wanted to try out ALL the available tools. I also know why photographers are so big on ‘raw images’, the opportunities are quite endless!
I’ve been noticing a lot of fun felt projects online, and thought I’d give it a shot. I can already think of a lot of creative gift wrappings, cards, and children’s headbands that could be embellished with a simple floral felt design. My goal was to create quick and simple flowers using nothing but a glue gun and beads that I already have at home. The greatest thing about using felt is how cheap it is. I got enough felt to last me two years, for only $1.35 at my local fabric store :)
For navrathri, my cousin came over with a Henna cone and we had an impromptu henna party! I haven’t applied Henna in years, so it wasn’t too bad considering how out of touch I am, and how TERRIBLE the grocery store cone was!
The year prior to my graduation, my friend Sigma & I went to University to get our graduation pictures taken. The two of us decided to do an impromptu photo shoot around the little gardens in our university :) The autumn scenery was beautiful, and it was a nice sunny day, which made for some great shots :) This painting is a relatively abstract interpretation of a photo we took that day. This was done with Oil Paints on 16×20 Canvas