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Tag Archives: Digital
In updating my website, I’m trying to make sure all posts (or at least most of them) have images attached to them. That’s because Google likes to find images with posts. So today, I created a piece of digital artwork … Continue reading
One of the things about having multiple projects in process is that you have to plan ahead. So, at present, while I work on the editing and writing of a couple of projects, I am also preparing a cover design … Continue reading
I don’t call myself an expert in Photoshop by any means. After all, just a few years ago, about all I could do was resize and save photos. So my early attempts at artwork of any sort in Photoshop were … Continue reading
In the last six years of learning SEO work, one thing that has come up over and over is that search engines, Google in particular, look for images on webpages, unique images. So, as I lay plans to post a … Continue reading
Things didn’t quite work out as I wanted this year, in that I couldn’t afford to do the Christmas cards I wanted. So instead, I satisfied my impulse by creating Advent cover images for my Facebook page. I didn’t quite … Continue reading
Since I didn’t do a Christmas card this year, I was missing doing some Christmas related artwork. So this morning I decided to have a little bit of digital fun to celebrate the season. I’m going to give it a … Continue reading
I worked my way through the Sermon on the Mount last year, and have been meaning to prepare it for (at the very least) a Kindle version. but I needed a cover design. I went stylized this time. I’m not … Continue reading
I needed an illustration for my book on creating graphic novels (formerly known as Paper Movies), about storytelling and our original impulses in that activity. So the following rather simplistic illustration resulted. I have to admit that I am getting … Continue reading