My take on the Digital Art (if it suits the standards)
Lately, my fmaily members had been celebrating birthdays and they have been asking me to make tarpaulins, backdrops and invitations for them. I’m not really a fan of Photoshop because I am too lazy to explore it at first. Adobe Photoshop CS5 has been sitting in my computer for years now and I seldom use it Now, I was glad I didn’t delete it because I didn’t know it would come in handy.
These are some of the works I’ve done and I’m quite proud of them.
I know they’re not as awesome as some of those found on the internet. But hey, its for free, what else do you expect? HAHA.
Seriously though, I love it because even though I refuse to still watch or read tutorials, I am still able to make decent layouts. And I think I’m learning more each day. If only, I know how to draw. HAHA.
Here’s the work in progress now.
It’s the first draft and I had to redo two-hour work on it just because I forgot to save it and I accidentally closed the application. Hehe. I’m still waiting for the party planner’s approval on it. Or comments and revisions, blah.
Anyway, I’m very happy that I was able to hone yet another skill this summer. I hope I’d get to improve it more.
P.S. I’m not sure if parts of the layout are copyrighted stuff. I just got them from Google. If ever, I sincerely apologize for not having to credit your work because I only had limited time on doing them and there were so much I’m looking at that I may have disregard it. My fault. Please message me if I ever I stepped on your rights and I’ll put it down or credit you right away. Anyway, these are for personal (family) uses only so no worries, I hope. Thanks. :)