Wednesday, October 27, 2010

invitation

rumble, rumble, rumble, ta da!
well, it's in print. 
my lovely daughter hannah coached me through photoshopping this from an email pdf to a jpeg. now i'm smarter than ever, so look out! seriously it took me half an hour to learn this and she put me on speaker phone so her grad schoolmate could hear me (good thing i love you, brat) but i did it. now i will go back to what i know how to do, make paper. 

17 comments:

Pamela Anne said...

Well done. The book looks great. How can I buy it from Australia?

Velma said...

oh, my, it's not a book, just a small show of my work.

jude said...

cool, looks professional!

jude said...

and love the play on the word text.

Fiona Dempster said...

Fabulous Velma - and congrats on the cleverness of photohsop. The whole look holds together beautifully and the words playing are just right! Hope it's a wonderful show.

mjc said...

Just beautiful!
Please take lots of photos of the show and post them for all of us too far away to attend? (After the opening schmooze, of course)

kaite said...

very professional and very inviting...k.

neki desu said...

ultra cool! now you not only know how to make paper, but also apply some digitalinesh to it :)
you go girl!

Velma said...

me and photoshop-i only took the arts council's pdf and converted to to jpeg so i could post-they did the card with my images. and thanks, everyone, i wish the online community could also come. i'll take pics.

Marilla said...

It's a good thing we have technologically gifted children to help us with the computer issues. I can't wait to see the show!

iNdi@na said...

'in house' tech support are so handy, even when not exactly in house...
good luck with the show

T said...

my daughter is always raving about what i could do with photoshop too. Now this is impressive.... maybe I should have a go at it this summer.

Although, I prefer to work with more tactile forms, to feel the cloth, and fibre, and the thread.

xt

Velma said...

what's cool is the empowerment to make an easy thing with this wonderful technology happen. instead of thinking i should be able to do this, but...

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

at first i too thought it was a book cover!
it's Very nice..~

judy said...

A lovely invite! Sure wish I could see the whole show. Looking forward to pics of the exhibit. Wishing you rave reviews!

Velma said...

thanks!

Kim said...

Very nice! Glad you have continued doing what you love...more people should do the same. Can't wait to see some more picts!

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