All taken with my iPhone camera, altered with iRetouch, and filtered with CameraBag or Tilt-Shift Generator.
All taken with my iPhone camera, altered in iRetouch, filtered through CameraBag or Tilt-Shift Generator.
iphone camera + iRetouch app + CameraBag app
In an effort not to flood the blog (and your feed reader) with these things, I’m posting each one as I finish it to Flickr, and then picking what I think are the best to post here. Something to do on my lunch break.
iPhone camera -> iRetouch app -> Tilt Shift Generator app
Taken with my Iphone, altered in Brushes, filtered with Tilt Shift Generator.
Taken with my Iphone, doctored with the iRetouch app, filtered with the CameraBag app.
iPhone camera -> iRetouch app -> CameraBag
Taken with my Iphone, doctored with the Brushes app, filtered with the
CameraBag app Tiltshift Generator App.
Think I might call these things de-signs.
I’ve been dicking around with India ink and a Japanese brush, and it’s been really difficult to get used to, so I made this sign to put up over my workspace to remind me to keep going. (It started out as a mistake — spilled ink!)
I like signs like this. I have a couple of them over my desk. One is the old Isak Dineson by way of Ray Carver quote, “Every day, without hope, without despair.” The other is Joyce’s “silence, exile, and cunning,” modified with the word “generosity.” (My old teacher gave me that one.) The third is “Apply Ass To Chair,” (also from my old teacher), but somehow that one got covered up with a James Kochalka comic. Oh well.
Anybody else out there have signs like this you put above your desk?
The one problem with signs is you have to mix them up: otherwise they become just like wallpaper, and lose their effect.
If you want to print out your own, here’s a nice big pdf of the sign above.