Description of how I created a grungy overlay for my photo canvases and tested it on a photo of Ethan.
I convert an old favorite from Gimp to Photoshop and rework the canvas and try not to stray too far from my Takashima project.
Hi ho art friends. Playing with Photoshop continues. As is my way, I start down a path, my muse distracts me and I end up with something completely other than where I started. Today's canvas, "Tennyson" started with one of my photos of Cannon Beach, OR, from November of the Year the Starfish Died. This … Continue reading “Tennyson”
Portrait of 2 brothers, featuring my favorite knuckleheads, Tennyson and Keaton.
I mucked around with this photo quite a bit tonight, just for fun. Not quite what I wanted but I had to stop. Tennyson is a Dollshe Bernard, Fresh skin, Pure Body. Faceup, wig, and outfit by me. Brick Facade is a Dollshe SA Saint, Oriental skin, Old Hound Body, Faceup and wig by me, … Continue reading Brick Facade and Tennyson
I took nearly 100 photos on the day of the Tatami Room Pair Go shoot last Saturday. The story itself is still percolating, but I had a comment from someone who was at t the Go Center the day of the shoot. They felt the charm of the shot posted to the AGA website was … Continue reading A Sense of Scale
Am I procrastinating working on the Tatami Room photostory or am I just excited about Brick Facade 2.0? Can't both be true? As mentioned in the last post, the Dollshe Saint and Bernard are sculptural brothers, so I set out to make Brick Facade look like Tennyson's brother. Looking at Brick side-by-side, I would say the … Continue reading Dollshe Eye Candy
I spent the day shooting a photostory with four of my crew: Ethan (Dollshe Bernard), Ginger (Elfdoll Soah), Tuesday (Lilis Liv/Glorydoll hybrid), and my Dollshe IM Hound. The photos were shot at the Seattle Go Center tamami room. Brian brought in his studio lights, so it's my first shoot with lights. Thanks, Brian. I learned … Continue reading Tamami Room Teaser