Tuesday, January 4, 2011

New Photoshop Class & New PSE Image

Good Tuesday morning! It is chilly in So. California! We've had some crazy weather this week already...like snow at Magic Mountain?? That is crazy! I am signed up for a new on-line class starting this month. It is with Cynthia Powell at http://artistworkshopretreat.blogspot.com/2010/10/new-year-new-adventure-mark-your.html. I am pretty excited about this & have high hopes for learning some new things. I have taken 2 other on-line classes...one was wonderful & one WASN'T! I am keeping my fingers crossed that I haven't bitten off more than I can chew. This morning's picture is a balloon background with the boat picture overlay. The images are from  http://morguefile.com/. I really love the combination of the two.
Happy Creative Tuesday!


marianne said...

this is really fun- i love that the boats look like they're filled up with ballons! stay warm- look forward to seeing what you learn in class.

Cathy Bueti said...

Diane this is so cool! Love it! :)

dewatobay said...

Diane, this is definitely one of my favorites! Like Marianne, I can't wait to hear about your new tricks!

Paula said...

Really neat pic! The wonder of it all that can be done with picture/photography trickery. Enjoy your new class, I am sure I will mine too!

Julia said...

I hope the class is a good one! Great photo today! The balloons remind me of fishing floats. Thanks for the morguefile link. I'd never been there before.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Sweet Diane
I know that you will never bite off too much at one time..
You keep us all inspired.
One of my friends (Paula( is now visitng you,, cause you inspired her,,,
see you TOUCH us all

Minnie said...

Looks like such an interesting class. Many levels to it. Have fun. Looking for photos with your camera s95.

Unknown said...

oh wow!!! you are having so much fun with these classes and it shows in the work!!! wonderful work Diane!!!

Wishing you a wonderful New Year!!!!


Marilyn said...

This is absolutely beautiful. I love it!!

Kat's World said...

Beautifully done! The two elements work together very well!