10.11.2014

CATURDAY ART and PHOTO HUNT: SPOTS

CATURDAY ART

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This image was actually very easy to create; Zoey asleep on the carpet ~ first it was 
converted to black-and-white; then lightened and brightened by about fifty percent.
Lastly, the photoshop embossing tool, and then texture tool were used.  On a few
areas the blur tool was used to give the flat look for depth in her fur.
 PHOTO HUNT: SPOTS

A trip to the Zoo, a year or two ago, photo from the children's hands-on play area.
Unfortunately, I have forgotten the "name" of this critter [shame on me],
but he is covered with some spots!

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12 comments:

  1. Love the effect. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. Great picture all fixed up of Zoey on the carpet. That animal with the grandchild sure looks like an alligator but guess it isn't. Must be some kind of huge lizard. Have a great day.

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  3. the animal with the little child looks dangerous to me. it reminds me of that poisonous lizard-like reptile i cannot even remember the name.

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  4. That big lizard thing looks scary! I love the look of Zoey on the carpet.

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  5. Looks like a monitor lizard. Love lizards!!

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  6. Great effect!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  7. She looks like kitty in the snow :)

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  8. Zoey's impression is very creative.

    I'm not sure I'd trust a lizard that much!

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  9. We sure don't have big lizards here. To cold.
    Coffee is on

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  10. That is such a beautiful effect on that photo of Zoey!

    Mom says she saw one of those big lizards when she visited one of the islands on the cruise - he was trying to teat everyone's lunch:)

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  11. Very cool picture of Zoey's sleeping 'spot'
    You would more likely catch me on that spot than with a ginormous lizard!!!

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