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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Wordless Wednesday #36 More PSE6 results ...

Ah ... Small Reflections, Smile Back!
Almost
This is a CD 'Jacket' for a Slide Show/Movie
I created last week ... but that doesn't
transfer to the Blogging arena.
(visualize this folded in half & inserted in a jewel case)
and ...
two versions of larger DVD Jackets

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15 comments:

dcr said...

I like the second one best.

It's a neat idea to have the chairs on the front panel since it is a retreat, but the other one is just more attractive.

Will said...

The first version. Happy WW!

Akelamalu said...

#2 definitely!

Vixen said...

Wow, you are getting so creative. All three are great, but I like the second better than the third.

Happy WW

SandyCarlson said...

Those are great, Storyteller. You are very creative.

Karen said...

I like the first version of the outer jacket--I like having the lodge be the biggest pic and having its own section. It gives a feel for the greater whole...if that makes sense...

Mike Golch said...

I like the second one the best the first and third ones are a tie for second.
Hugs and Blessings.That's my story and I'm sticking to it!

storyteller said...

DCR, Will, and Akelamalu
Thanks for your input and your visit. Actually I agree with you. I created the one with the chairs on the front at the suggestion of a friend after I’d created the one with the structure foremost and saved them both to have options ;--)

Vixen – Thanks. I do like the first one almost as much as the 2nd for different reasons.

SandyCarlson – I don’t think of myself as being creative, but I have enjoyed using my own photos (instead of the teacher’s) for the projects in the Intermediate Class … and revisiting my time in Taos at the Writer’s Retreat a year ago has been delightful.

Karen – As I mentioned in my first response, that’s the one I prefer as well … though I do love the one with the chairs as the background too, but I suspect I’d like it better if the other photos could be larger.

Mike - It looks like we’re all in agreement ;--)

To all – It seems unanimous that the one in in the middle is best … so perhaps I’ll edit the post and remove the question … just because. I appreciate each of you stopping by and hope you’re all enjoying your day.
Hugs and blessings,

Raven said...

These are lovely. I like the middle cover myself. Looks like a gorgeous place.

yertle said...

Wow, these are great. You are learning so much. I wonder what it would take for you to think of yourself and creative. Do I sense an inner artist in there wanting to come out? :)

lisaschaos said...

I love those jackets! Looks like they turned out great!

Tina Coruth said...

These are wonderful, Storyteller! Very nicely done!! hugs, Tina

April said...

Very creative arrangements - I like the second one as well. Wonderful photos!

Chuck said...

Oh my gosh!!! These look like something you would buy off the shelves. I'm amazed at how creative and artsy you've become ~ oh....the talent that spews from your being. *giggling*

storyteller said...

Raven – Taos is lovely and I found the Mabel Dodge Luhan Center a delightfully historic and pleasant place to spend the week. I arrived early and remained after the event … just because, and would return whenever opportunity presents itself.

Yertle – I am learning a great deal and don’t know when I’ll find time to apply everything … but I suspect I’ll tackle projects one at a time and see how it goes. I’m not sure what it would take to think of myself as creative … but I’m trying to keep an open mind and let the comments folks leave flow through me in hopes some will ‘stick’ and assist me with releasing limiting thoughts while embracing more expansive possibilities.

Lisa – Thanks … I’m pleased with the way they turned out too … especially as my 1st attempts. I’ve learned lots from the experience so that I’ll do some things differently the next time around. By the way ... I left a little something for you Wednesday at Sacred Ruminations. You can find it here.

Tina – I always appreciate your support and enthusiasm. Thank you ;--)

April – I can and do take credit for these photos (unlike the ones in my T-13) because I actually TOOK all of these myself with my Casio Exilim digital camera and didn’t alter them at all (other than to change the opacity on the ‘background’ photo). One thing about the PSE6 class is that I’ve learned to be even more careful about how I'll frame and shoot pictures in the future to avoid having to ‘fix’ things.

Chuck – You’re a sweetie! I’m doing my best to discover and develop my creative ‘artsy’ side … so all positive feedback is welcome!

To all – I am delighted you each visited and shared your reactions to my work. If I’ve not been to your blog, I’ll do my best to visit either tomorrow or over the weekend, but at the moment … I’m whipped and need some ‘down’ time. I hope you’ve all had a marvelous day.
Hugs and blessings,

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