Thursday, March 15, 2012

Take Time Out for Life

Isn't it amazing how ideas come? I was looking at online tutorials about digital art. This is the result. There are tutorial online that teach everything! I can sit in my recliner and learn! Here I made the background and imported the clock after I cut it out of another picture. There is also a texture layer here. I learned how to put the texture on without affecting the color of my picture. The quote is my own - a variation on time to smell the roses.


What do you all think about my new format? Is it just too weird? I can restore to my old format. Just to be certain, I backed up my template before I made the change. The comment window is still here but you have to scroll down after you click on comment. Please leave feedback so I know if anyone likes this. I can't decide!

5 comments:

Stephanie said...

I am not sure if I like it. I prefer the other way.

Stephanie said...

I came back to see if you changed back to the original setup. I clicked on the top right corner to see that I can change it myself and hit the classic style. I found it dizzying to see so many photos popping out all at one. The classic comes out almost like your blog as before. I wanted to come back to comment on your photo of digital art. It is very interesting and like the colors you used. Have a good night!

Pondside said...

I like the older format, as commenting is a wee bit more convenient.
I like your digital image - something very joyous about it!

Sheila said...

It was a surprise to come to your blog and see the little squares. I tried all the ways to view it and it seems colder than your original blog - there your personality shows through in your header and your other little touches. I find the font on this style too light and too plain - more like something I would skim over than actually read. Have a wonderful week!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

You have been busy experimenting again and not just with photos! I have to admit that like Shelia I do find this new Dynamic view that people are changing to rather impersonal.