Well I finally did it. I really don’t know why I haven’t tried textures yet. I mean I’ve been playing around with Photo Shop Elements since number 6 and I’m on 9. so that means at least 5 years. I kinda think that I might get addicted and spend even more time on this computer thing I love so much. I’m beginning to believe that maybe it’s not healthy how much I want to do on this thing.
I’ve always been drawn to computers from the git go. Back in the early 80’s when Apple’s where making there way into schools and such, I insisted that my husband (at that time) spend his 401k on an Apple Macintosh for our then young children. And it paid off too. My eldest Jacob, is now a radioman for a fast attack sub in the US Navy, which is all about computers. My youngest son, Benjamin is now (yeah, finally) going to school for computers up in Washington. Now just to get my daughter to make the leap.
So watching a video over on Kim Klassen Cafe yesterday made layers and textures look so easy. I tried it this morning and with my own texture too.
These pictures I took yesterday during a massive, hard hail and rain storm we had here in New Mexico. We really, really need the moisture.
I think I’ll go try some more.
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