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Old April 10th 07, 04:44 PM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Shirley Shone
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I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing
one element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I
hit on the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley
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Old April 10th 07, 08:25 PM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Georgia
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Shirley, they are stunning! A question: is the texturing 3-dimensional, or a
digital manipulation? Id doesn't change my appreciation--I'm just curious.

Georgia

"Shirley Shone" wrote in message
...
I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing
one element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I
hit on the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley
--
Shirley Shone

http://www.allcrafts.demon.co.uk



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Old April 10th 07, 09:43 PM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Shirley Shone
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Default OT Another string to my bow

Just a digital manipulation.
They look as if you could feel the bumps if you rub your fingers over.
Yet you can only feel the cotton or silk texture.
The head of the adult learning program was so impressed with them. She
got me to do some samples to put up to advertise the next course which
starts next week.
The tutor was surprised at the enthusiasm of the group that he is trying
to plan a follow up course for us in Sept. if they will allow him to.
Meanwhile I am starting a Family History course next week. I did get
back to 1605 on one branch of my DH's family many years ago. I want to
start it again because DGD is interested in it. DH has made us a family
tree box in solid oak to put the documents in.

You just cannot keep a 71 year old tied down. LOL
Shirley




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Shirley, they are stunning! A question: is the texturing 3-dimensional, or a
digital manipulation? Id doesn't change my appreciation--I'm just curious.

Georgia

"Shirley Shone" wrote in message
...
I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing
one element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I
hit on the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley
--
Shirley Shone

http://www.allcrafts.demon.co.uk




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http://www.allcrafts.demon.co.uk
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Old April 10th 07, 10:05 PM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Georgia
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You go, girl!
And that settles it. I am taking Drawing II, and Acting I in the fall!

Georgia

"Shirley Shone" wrote in message
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Just a digital manipulation.
They look as if you could feel the bumps if you rub your fingers over.
Yet you can only feel the cotton or silk texture.
The head of the adult learning program was so impressed with them. She
got me to do some samples to put up to advertise the next course which
starts next week.
The tutor was surprised at the enthusiasm of the group that he is trying
to plan a follow up course for us in Sept. if they will allow him to.
Meanwhile I am starting a Family History course next week. I did get
back to 1605 on one branch of my DH's family many years ago. I want to
start it again because DGD is interested in it. DH has made us a family
tree box in solid oak to put the documents in.

You just cannot keep a 71 year old tied down. LOL
Shirley




In message , Georgia
writes
Shirley, they are stunning! A question: is the texturing 3-dimensional,

or a
digital manipulation? Id doesn't change my appreciation--I'm just

curious.

Georgia

"Shirley Shone" wrote in message
...
I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing
one element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I
hit on the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley
--
Shirley Shone

http://www.allcrafts.demon.co.uk




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http://www.allcrafts.demon.co.uk



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Old April 10th 07, 11:11 PM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Linda2
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"Shirley Shone" wrote:

I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing one
element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I hit on
the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley
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Woman, you are AMAZING! Is there nothing you can't do? They're all fabulous
but I love the sunflower one. You go, girl!

Love,

Linda2


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Old April 11th 07, 01:13 AM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Barbara Forbes-Lyons
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Those are lovely Shirley!


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Shirley Shone wrote:
I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing
one element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I
hit on the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley

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Old April 11th 07, 03:35 AM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Kalera
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OH the sunflower is my favorite, it's BEAUTIFUL!

Shirley Shone wrote:
I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing
one element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I
hit on the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley

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Old April 13th 07, 03:55 PM posted to rec.crafts.beads
Kandice Seeber
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Wow - you go, Shirley!!!

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"Shirley Shone" wrote in message
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I think I mentioned that I have done a digital imaging course.
Also that I have made my first quilt.
While I was doing the DI and making some unusual pictures by imposing one
element of one photo on to another. Then using various textures. I hit on
the idea for some pieces to make a wall hanging.
I printed one off on silk and one on cotton and another two designs on
paper to see what they would look like.

You can see them under other crafts on my website.
Shirley
--
Shirley Shone

http://www.allcrafts.demon.co.uk



 




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