Friday, November 24, 2006

IF - Invention

Illustration Friday - Invention
A collage of clip-art assembled using Painter IX.5.

I made a new image hose to create the spray of letters.

13 comments:

isay said...

ohh i like them and that guy sitting over there.

Anonymous said...

I like the flow of this :)

Joy Eliz said...

Wonderfully done!

Caroline said...

Isay - thanks - I was very taken by the clip art.

Studio Lolo - thanks - it took a while to get that...

Joy Eliz - thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Caroline, Thanks for stopping by my blog & commenting, bless ya x Must investigate this Painter programme, as I love what you've done here! Nice to 'meet' you! :)

Suze x

Caroline said...

Welcome here too Suze!

I love Painter, I've had it over a year now and there is still more to learn about it - which might be a drawback too - it is not simple, but it is powerful.

Hope to see you again.

ValGalArt said...

I love your new avatar! You are so darling and you look like a butterfly! Adorable!!! I love your piece here! I have no idea what you are talking about but i would love to know more, I guess I need to start learning some of these programs. This has such a whimsical feel the way the letters are woinding there way through the illo. Really great!

Caroline said...

Valgalart - Thank you!

I realised the letters in the picture were gobbledygook but I didn't realise that my references to Painter's image hose would be too! Its a way of putting in a set of images and then spraying them out again as one draws a line.

tinker said...

What a wonderfully whimsical collection of inventions, Caroline! Someday I'll get around to getting a Paint program to play with - yours always inspire me.

Diane Duda said...

very nice!

Caroline said...

Tinker - Thanks - Painter is a great paint program but I started with a much simpler one - you can get freeware ones to experiment with.

Diane Duda - thanks!

johnnynorms said...

Hey a wind powered tricycle!

Caroline said...

JN - so it is - I hadn't seen it in that "light" ;-)