I mainly use the download version of Pixlr for most of my digital art but today I was looking at what PIxlr has to offer on-line. I thought I’d play with an earlier image I’d created of blue light which I use as a base for digital art, poked the “kaleidoscope” button and a couple … More Windmills of Your Mind
I based this on a photo I’ve got of the base of a tree truck, have no idea where I got it from. But then I fiddled with PIxlr’s gizmos and ended up with this. It’s a bit wild but I got that “aha” moment when it seemed finished and needed no other adjustments or … More Dark Night of the Soul
I realise that the minimal snow we got here today in North Cyprus looks quite pathetic beside the deep snow I see in the UK, US and Canada, but hey! we’re entitled to get a little excited here when snow falls because it’s such a rare event. Everyone’s been busy posting their photos on Facebook … More Snow in North Cyprus!
I decided today to work with another photo today from the blog, Republic of Ann – Despatches from the Rockies. (Again, thank you, Ann!) This time I chose one of ice reflected in water, but you can’t really see it as I started playing around with a new gizmo added to Pixlr’s Overlay Collection: “Skyfell”. … More Creative Capers 3: Playing with Pixlr – Mystery of Earth
I decided to re-energise some of my stone pendants this week as I wanted to work more closely with some quite expensive, but very small, crystals I’ve collected over the years. They’ve all been set out in glass dishes, but I got the distinct feeling they wanted … More Creative Capers 2: Pendants & crystals
Over the past couple of days I’ve had fun creating a feather smudge wand and altering some of my stone pendants. I have been meaning to create a wand with feathers to use for smudging sage smoke but the day before yesterday felt a real urge to go out for a walk, stepped out of … More Creative Capers 1: Smudge feather fan
I called this digital art “Hope” because it shows a flower combined with a Desert Rose rock formation, with the underlying message that however hard times become, somewhere, sometime an allegorical flower will blossom in your life and you start to feel more positive and optimistic. The way I work when I’m creating digital art … More Hope