Monthly Archives: December 2010

Adding foreground elements (7 of 7)

By |December 30th, 2010|Uncategorized|

At this point, the image could be considered done, but something in the foreground would tie the scene together and add some depth. A rustic fence would be a nice touch. For this, we need some long, thin vector rectangles. You could use the Rectangle t...

Adding foreground elements (7 of 7)

By |December 30th, 2010|Uncategorized|

At this point, the image could be considered done, but something in the foreground would tie the scene together and add some depth. A rustic fence would be a nice touch. For this, we need some long, thin vector rectangles. You could use the Rectangle t...

New Year, New (Knitting) Challenge

By |December 30th, 2010|Uncategorized|

Santa gave me a fabulous book of knitting patterns: Pretty In Punk by Alyce Benevides and Jacquline Milles, and I have the yarn to knit myself a pair of "Love Bites" striped wrist warmers. The pattern is straightforward: narrow stripes with an fair isl...

New Year, New (Knitting) Challenge

By |December 30th, 2010|Uncategorized|

Santa gave me a fabulous book of knitting patterns: Pretty In Punk by Alyce Benevides and Jacquline Milles, and I have the yarn to knit myself a pair of "Love Bites" striped wrist warmers. The pattern is straightforward: narrow stripes with an fair isl...

Putting on the Christmas lights (6 of 7)

By |December 30th, 2010|Uncategorized|

To really make the barn stand out and give it the right holiday look, it needs to have some Christmas lights. Shape layers will really help out here. Start by making the lights' cord with the Pen tool. Remember that Photoshop doesn't like open paths, s...