Monday, April 28, 2008

and even more...



Again working with Photoshop to manipulate with filters and to combine images...

3 comments:

K Spoering said...

Hmmm. I think I like the less symmetrical ones most. I love the original painting with three fiddleheads, perhaps just cropped a bit on the top and the right (?) side. We don't have fiddleheads in the desert. They are fantistic!

ringa dal said...

Tommye,
I found your blog because I found Meabh Warburton's blog searching through looking for tapestry blogs. Wow, how fun. I have really enjoyed these last few posts. I feel like I have been working so long in getting my cartoon ready for weaving. In the past, I did a more seat of the pants approach. Of course as a result, I did one tapestry 3 times before I got it right. Luckily, they were only 5" square. Thanks for documenting these steps. THey are helpful to me to look at your process.

Now, back to weaving my selvedge, I am finally getting around to starting my bigger tapestry.

Susan Skalak

tapestry13 said...

thanks Kathy...I'm going to work more on the 3 fiddlehead pt. today. And, you're right...one of the thoughts about it is to crop at the top. I'll look again at the right side, too, now that you mention it.

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Susan, thanks for letting me know the design process photos are helpful to you. I really love to weave so much that it's hard to make myself work out compositional things over a period of time. But since I call my blog "works in progress" I want to show my working process...in all stages!